Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Vertical Gardens for Small Spaces

It's that time of year when we're longing to get back outdoors and begin planning our gardening tasks. Here's a way to grow some food without a lot of space.

Space is a precious commodity, especially now that so much of our backyard or balcony space is occupied by containers for growing organic vegetables. For those of you out there getting tight on space, but who still want beautiful flowers and plants to look at, consider a vertical garden. It’s organic art for your indoor or outdoor wall space and is a beautiful way to help filter air naturally and add humidity to your environment. Check out these beautiful and inspiring small vertical gardens.

1 comment:

Manny Amadi said...

Great post
Turning a garden on its side to create a verdant, vertical surface not only looks good but promotes wildlife, good air quality and sustainabilty too
Most living wall designs can work in a home environment and more and more people are installing them

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