Design a vertical garden – 10 strange and wonderful ideas
Even for those of us who are unable to use a lawn as the basis for a garden – that is, townspeople, apartment tenants and others who do not have access to a personal lawn – there is a new trend that encourages us Let gardens grow on patios, balconies and even indoors.
Vertical gardens are on the rise, both for their aesthetic value and for the actual herbs, leaves, oxygen, and overall feeling of well-being that they produce. Be it a high-tech self-watering installation, climbing on a part of the wall or on a simple box or on a row of pots with easy maintenance to sprout greenery from it, the limits remain on what to plant and how to bind them, just for the benefit of the plants themselves. Just add imagination and maybe a little water and sunlight. Yes! Despite everything, it is easy to be green.
Vertical garden from Flora Grubb Gardens
Architectural green wall by Living Holmes Design
Homemade garden bar from Instructables
Garden wall from Bright Green USA
Green, vibrant wall from Style at Home
Recycled vertical can garden from Ewa in the Garden
Recycled plastic bottle window farm by NPR
Vertical garden terrace by Apartment Therapy