1. Go Vertical With Your Gardening
Consider a vertical garden if you have a small property and a tight budget. Simply described, vertical gardening is the practice of growing plants in vertical spaces. They not only maximize the available space, but they may also be reasonably priced, mainly if you create them out of recyclable materials like used plastic bottles. You'll be harvesting greens, conserving greens, and developing a green thumb with this low-cost landscaping plan. These little gardens are a fun, original DIY project that will assist with space conservation. Hostas, succulents, ferns, bromeliads, onions, garlic, tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers are plants that work well in vertical gardens.
DIY Vertical Garden Ideas:
- A simple front porch vertical garden may be made with a wooden ladder, terracotta pots, and some wire.
- To make a vertical herb garden, clean up old paint cans, fill them with soil, and hang them.
- Utilize an old picture frame to grow succulents vertically.
- For a portable vertical garden, waterproof an old shoe organizer.
Cost: Depending on how your DIY vertical garden is designed and if you already have the materials in your garage or tool shed, the cost will vary. Additionally, you'll need to purchase the seeds or plants for your vertical garden.