Your garden can be a beautiful place where you spend time with friends, family and loved ones. Planting seasonal flowers and plants using vertical gardening can enhance the aesthetic value of your home.
Why vertical gardening?
If you want more privacy or want to extend your garden space upward, you’ll need to understand vertical gardening. Unfortunately vertical gardening isn’t that easy and it can be tricky for many homeowners.
How you can incorporate vertical gardening in your home?
Use these tips to help you figure out what’s right for your garden when it comes to vertical plants. You’ll also be able to understand the things you’ll need to start gardening vertically.
- Ideal Tomato Vines
Decide on what you want to plant. Tomato vines are ideal for many people that want to grow fruit and vegetables and they are relatively hardy. They can grow in most places even if they only really flourish in the spring time in most climates.
Use basic tomato cages you can get at the nursery for your tomato vines.
- Bamboo Adds Privacy
Consider bamboo if you want to have a good deal of privacy from your neighbors. Bamboo tends to grow fairly thick and it can make a great privacy fence.
Use pre-made trellises or stakes for bamboo, especially if you’re going to be using a large amount. It can be quite time consuming to make your own unless you’re particularly handy in the garage.
- Twining Vines Glory
Use twining vines that wrap together and give privacy and the illusion of visual depth in your backyard garden.
You can use trellises easily with twining vines like morning glory.