Vertical Gardening – Grow More In Your Garden

Vertical gardening

With a little careful planning you can create your garden so plants that are happy to grow vertically still produce an abundant harvest whilst using a fraction of the ground space.

Grow a whole range of plants vertically including: melons, beans, squashes, grapes and kiwis using pergolas, canes, wigwams and wires on walls.  If you have wall space you can also grow a range of vegetables in wall mounted planters that helps you to grow crops and decoratively cover ugly garden walls.  You can also grow fruit trees against walls, as cordons and espaliers to maximise the space you have.

Get some tips in this video on planning a vertical vegetable plot to help you use your space to its absolute maximum.

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