Some Tips for DIY Vertical Gardens


 

vines flower vertical garden

vines flower vertical garden

When you want to have beautiful garden in your home, but you don’t have a huge plot of land to grow a garden, the solution is Vined plants. They can help you to solve your problem, because vines grow upward. Vined plants is amazing and unique plants, they grow and climb up other structures by adhering, curling and wrapping themselves around them. You will get some advantages, such as economical use of ground space. Beside that, vined plants have large harvests and low maintenance, so you don’t need your extra time. For caring this plant, vines generally require some pruning, and they often require more water than other types of garden plants. DIY vertical gardens can created with your favorite fruits or vegetables. These are some example of healthy vined plants : climbing beans, peas, cucumbers, squash, grapes, passion fruit, melons, tomatoes, etc. If you are looking for vined plants as an ornamental i your garden, you can use Algerian Ivy, Butterfly pea, Honeysuckle, Flame Vine. Small corners or neglected areas of your yard, areas adjacent to buildings or other structures, or in clay pots, barrels baskets or tins are right places to plant vines for a DIY vertical garden. To get started with a healthy vertical garden try to plant vines during your rainy season or at least a rainy period. Then, dig pits, about 12 inches deep and 12 inches square. After mixing the dug out area with compost, refill the pit pressing mixture down firmly. Plant about four seeds in the center of each pit and water gently. Don’t forget to keep your soil moist until plants are established. If you don’t have a large space for gardening, don’t worry to create vined garden. Giving your little time and loving care can make a beautiful garden as you wish. With DIY vertical garden, you can still play your gardening creativity.

tomatoes vertical garden

tomatoes vertical garden

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Clematis Etoile Violette (perennial vine)

Clematis Etoile Violette (perennial vine)

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roses vines

roses vines

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vines with a trellis

vines with a trellis

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