Thanks for stopping by! I’m Carol Miller, and I’m happy to help you if you have any questions about vertical gardening. Please contact us if you have any questions!
I first learned about vertical gardening when trying to decorate a bare ugly fence next to my house. Below the fence was a concrete walkway, so I didn’t have an area to plant any trees. Therefore, a vertical garden could add live greenery and landscape interest to an otherwise “blah” space.
Then, I found out about gutter gardens, framed succulent planters, vertical herb gardens and pocket planters. Plus, I discovered how you could decorate indoor walls with faux boxwood panels to make realistic living walls.
Vertical gardens come in a wide variety of designs and styles You can build them yourself or buy pre-made planter kits that make set up quick and easy. And if you like low-maintenance, check out self-watering vertical gardens too!