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Growing a Vertical Garden

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You can consider creating a vertical garden when you have a very small yard and the plants you want to grow spread out usually. A fence gate or a bare wall makes the best blank canvas for annuals, edibles, succulents and perennials.

The concept of vertical gardening takes landscaping to a new level. Even if you live in a house with no bare wall, there are still ways of planting foliage upright.

Creative ideas for design

1. Pocket Pouches: There are different containers that can be attached to a wall or can be hung by the fence. They usually have their own hangers and comprise of a watering well; once filled, it can keep plants watered for approximately two weeks.

2. A chest of drawers: In case you have a dresser you plan to dispose of, you can find good use for it by creating a vertical garden. Drill drainage holes at the bottom surface of the drawers, and then add bricks as dividers so that you’re not required to fill the whole drawer with soil. Take the drawers out as much…