Succulent art is all the rage right now, and it's one of my favorite trends! Growing living art is such a great way to add a unique touch to a fence Continue Reading
Vertical Gardening is a popular technique where flower and vegetable plants are grown on vertical growing structures. When they hear the term “vertical gardening”, most people probably think of growing vining plants on tall plant supports like trellises, arbors and pergolas, but these days, it means so much more than that!
Vertical gardening not limited to using vining plants only! When you start adding in other vertical structures, like living walls, hanging gardens and vertical planters, your options for what you can grow vertically are almost unlimited.
If you want to learn all about growing vertically, and get tons of fun and unique vertical gardening ideas, then you're in the right place!
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Vertical Gardening Articles
I've been growing squash on my homemade squash arch for a few years now, and I love how it looks. The squash arch makes a gorgeous addition to my Continue Reading
Vine crops don't need a support to grow and produce, but they tend to take over the garden if left to sprawl on the ground. Growing vertically allows Continue Reading
This spring, I showed you how I built my squash arch. Since then, it has become my favorite part of the vegetable garden. I absolutely love how this Continue Reading
One of the dilemmas many gardeners face is how to properly support their tomato plants. In the early spring, tomato plants are small and don't need Continue Reading