Reasons To Consider A Vertical Garden

by | Jul 10, 2017 | Landscape Designer

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When most people think of gardens, they think of traditional landscaping, but no law says flowers and plants have to grow from the ground. You can grow gardens upward to the sky, which is perfect for smaller spaces.

A vertical garden helps you maximise your space and makes it easier to reach the plants, as well. You may also find that your plants are healthier because there is more air circulation, which means less disease and fewer pests. It may also be possible to grow more plants and get a better yield because you’re growing upwards, with more sunlight, than is accessible at ground level.

When considering a vertical garden, you’ll want to choose a professional to help you. While it is possible to do it yourself, most people find that it is tough to learn all the tips and tricks, as well as get all the supplies required. Professionals already have it all available and know what to get and when. They will help you design it, allow for customisation, and can also advise you on which plants work best where. They can also help you pick from a wide variety of materials, such as pots, piping, and so much more, giving you a unique space that is beautiful, as well as functional.

At Living Holmes Design, you get the biggest range of products relating to gardening. They can help with hydroponic installations, large and small projects, interchangeable wall modules, and much more. They also sell the farming products necessary to handle standing gardens, ensuring that you get all the right tools to do the job. Whether you’re hoping to spruce up your commercial space or want to grow your own vegetables, you’ll find that a vertical garden allows you to do so with minimal space, and can be customised to suit your needs.

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