Is there a space in your house where you can grow varieties of fruits, flowers and vegetables according to your choice. One way to effectively increase the availability of space is to use the walls, stairs, pots, arbors or anything else that can add a vertical element to your garden.
Advance techniques nowadays allow major fruit crops including watermelons grow skywards. For plants that can not be adapted to grow tall, containers and planters placed on the supporting structure. A well-planned design of artificial green wall is also helps to reduce the demand for routine maintenance of the park.
How to plan for a vertical garden
Consider climatic conditions, availability of sunlight, rain density and other surrounding factors to choose the perfect combination of plant species. Deep knowledge of growth habit, size and behavior of various species on vertical surfaces can help you choose the right combination of plants.
Take inspiration to create an attractive garden design from the shape of nature and the environment in which these plants have their origins. An appropriate framework for each bush helps to develop unique characteristics. However, you must remember that the plant can continue to change things throughout their lives to live.
Place the container and plantation in the right place, and the position of the plant in accordance with the design of the park. You can also grow some flowers, fruits and vegetables without soil. Most theme parks vertically using hydroponics and Aquaponics to combine style with utility.