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Wall gardens,

No space? No problem! Create a wall garden!

Everyone has walls. So, even if you don’t have the land space to garden, if you have walls, you can still garden by going vertical with a wall garden. There are lots of options, and here we cover three versions of wall gardens.

Even if you have a garden, you can still add a wall garden.

wall gardens
Wall gardens – clever ideas for gardening in limited space.

There are many advantages to wall gardens. If you want to garden but don’t have space, this may be for you. For wall gardens you can use any wall, fence, stand or rack. The concept is about going up instead of spreading out.

Imagine going to the wall instead of the store.

Advantages of a Wall Garden

  • Everybody has a wall
  • Can use an indoor wall our exterior wall
  • Easier to plant
  • Easier to harvest
  • Great for people with bad back or bad knees who still want to garden
  • Beautifies and freshens your environment
  • Decorates your home or office with vibrant color and beauty
  • Saves money on food bills
  • Provides healthy organic fresh and nutritious food

In this first video is the first kind of wall garden using a special wall pocket system. There are several companies making vertical systems but this one in the video by Vertical Gardens USA looks the best to us (and we don’t get any compensation for saying so)!1)http://verticalgardenusa.com/vertical-garden-diy-how-to

Here’s the Vertical Garden USA system in the video below. We enjoyed learning from it.

The next vertical garden system is super cool and would be an awesome project to see in all schools around the world!

Bottle Wall Garden Using Recycled Bottles

This one looks like a lot of work, and many people won’t want to use plastic. But it can be a great school gardening project for kids and a beneficial way to recycle plastic bottles.

Wall gardens can be installed against the wall of a house or along a hedge or a fence, and can be made to be virtually any size in height, width and design. It is a method applicable anywhere on earth, both in rural and in urban areas.

Just imagine schools around the world building wall gardens using recycled bottles. A solution to a number of issues plus inspiration and lessons on many levels.

Enjoy this school project wall garden.

Isn’t that super cool?

And the third video is for the handyman or handywoman DIYer – do-it-yourselfer, and could be a great weekend project.

Do You Love DIY Projects? Build Your Own Plant Wall

If you love weekend DIY projects and have a little extra space for a portable Plant Wall Shelf, you will enjoy this cool how to video by Jim Cunneen. In just 10 minutes you’ll l

We hope you enjoyed these as much as we did! Please let us know how you liked it and if you create—or already have—a wall garden, we’d love to hear about it over on the Gardens All Facebook page.


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