Vertical Gardens: Gardening with Limited Space
When you love gardening but find it difficult to do because of space limitations, building your own vertical garden is an option you should consider. When you plant your garden upward, you use less ground space. However, saving space is just one reason to grow a vertical garden (also known as a container garden). Verical gardens are unique because they bring all of your lovely plants right in fron of your face. And best of all, perhaps, is that you can combine different plant species to create amazing blossoming colors.
In addition to the above substantial benefits, vertical gardens are easier to maintain. With many vertical gardening systems, you water all of the plants simply be pouring water in a centralized water receptor. The water receptor automatically distributes the water throughout the entire vertical gardening ecosystem. And the great thing is you can easily purchase and build a vertical garden without any "how to" knowledge. They are very inexpensive and extremely easy to set up. Just follow the vertical gardening kit instructions and your garden will typically be set up in less than ten minutes. Often times, no tools are required but that depends on your vertical garden design.
So go away and delve into the possibility of a vertical garden. Take a look around your current space and ask yourself what could you place on that boring wall. The answer is as limiteless as your vertical gardening ideas will take you.