DIY Vertical Garden Planter


A vertical garden planter box. Vertical gardening makes a lot of sense in more than one way. Small spaces is something a lot of us can relate with because it hits close to home. If you live in a condo or an apartment with a small balcony or patio, you can still garden. Simply do it vertically.

For some gardeners, just the idea of caring for many different types of plants over a large area in their yard can be tiring.
With vertical gardens, you can reign in your plants into a smaller, easier to care for area, while still keeping plant diversity.
Another advantage of establishing a vertical garden is it allows you to experiment growing different types of plants without the
need to dig up a larger portion of your yard or garden.

This vertical garden planter is small enough to fit on a small balcony or patio and will fit through a standard size door way.
The planter boxes are a size that makes them perfect for picking up and moving from an outdoor setting to an indoor setting depending on the weather. The only additional parts needed to do so would be the inclusion of a bottom for the base unit. Simple and easy! Nice.

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