Nowdays trend of vertical gardening is becoming increasingly widespread as gardeners channel their inspiration to new heights of creativity. No longer limited to the ground underneath their feet, gardens are taking shape in a range of unique directions, from repurposing old furniture into planters to transforming birdhouses and teapots into thriving miniature garden spaces. While not limited to small spaces, vertical gardens are ideally suited to these areas because they offer the ability to maximize space artfully and efficiently.
Vertical gardens are beneficial since it only takes up less space and it’s also easier to harvest and maintain. However, they also have some constraints. Plants should not be placed too high. Be sure that it is possible for you to reach it in order to maintain it properly. It should have a sturdy support so that it can handle everything. Also, your wall must have access to sunlight. It must be able to hold off the moisture. You can install a polyethylene cloth at the back of your garden to block the vapor when necessary. Vertical gardening is the most versatile gardening system. If you can harvest from your container garden then it only proves that it is very effective. You can do a vertical garden in a lot of ways.