If we used to know gardening, we must have a large land or garden, so that it can be planted with various types of flowers, vegetables, or ornamental plants. Now as the development of technology and more people find a more efficient growing methods, particularly for urban areas and homes with limited land. Maybe you’ve often heard about vertical gardens, this planting method is very popular, especially for those of you who are looking for an easy way to care for and grow any plants without having to have a large area of land. The vertical garden itself is gardening by using the vertical space in the house, usually standing perpendicular to the ground or affixed to the wall, so it is also often called a wall garden.
There are various purposes for making a vertical garden, some making it an alternative for small spaces, productive activities, to creating aesthetics. Because so many advantages of vertical gardens, many people apply either inside or outdoors. You don’t need to be a skilled gardener to create a vertical garden, even ordinary people can easily create their own vertical garden with a little idea and creativity.
Indoor vertical garden
Vertical gardens are divided into two parts, namely indoor and outdoor. For indoor vertical garden, created as part of the greening of the room, making the interior feel fresh and be part of the décor of the house itself. The easiest way is to build a vertical garden in the wall area, you can place wall shelves or hang plant pots in the area you want. Not only as a space divider, you can even grow herbs and vegetables at home with a vertical garden.
Outdoor vertical garden
If you have often seen indoor vertical gardens, then you can also create a vertical garden outdoors. This garden idea can be applied to urban gardens or for those of you who live in small houses with narrow yards. Not much different from indoor vertical garden, outdoor vertical garden walls and shelves also take advantage of the plant as part of the décor. In addition, you can also make a fence or dividing wall that separates one garden area from another by building a vertical garden.