Keep Drainage In Mind When Planting Your Vertical Garden

Vertical gardens are the perfect way to cultivate a peaceful green space, even if you don’t have much room. When you create your vertical garden, think about the way the water will drain, and which plants will thrive at the top versus the bottom of your garden.

Water in your vertical garden will drain downwards, so place plants that can handle lots of water at the bottom. Plants that don’t need as much or are OK with rainwater (or that need more light) can go at the top. A little planning when planting will result in a longer lasting, healthier green space for you to enjoy. Remember, you don’t need a complicated draining system for your vertical garden either: You could build one from a wooden pallet or even a shoe organiser.

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