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Vertical Garden Can Be Very Productive

By Paul Empey Subscribe to RSS | February 23rd 2012 | Views:
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There are many various types of plants that blossom and grow best in a vertical vegetable garden. These type of vertical gardens can be very productive, cheerful and definitely helps to brighten your homes balcony, patio or your small little urban backyard, they also helps one to get rid of garden pests, soil borne diseases and many other challenges which arise when plants and vegetables are placed on a traditional garden bed.

This can simply be done right on the wall; however you must take care to decide on the right spot with the proper lighting conditions as well as prepare a nutritious soil in arrangement for garden veggies and plants to grow and prosper properly.

How to properly develop your vertical vegetable garden

The lack of adequate info on how to build a vertical vegetable garden has made many people not to realize how it is easy to start up such a nice project. How do you built one? For any backyard garden project it is highly recommended that it should be started in the spring, the same case applies when it comes to your vertical vegetable garden since all vegetables and plants requires frost free nights.

So it is highly recommended to start your project at this time.

Select a wall or the area on your patio or balcony which to build your vertical garden, however you need to select a proper spot which allows adequate exposure to the sunlight throughout the day, a place with good air circulation as well as safe from drying weeds in order to give your vegetables enough room for growth, construct sturdy deep rain gutters which approximately fit on the wall. Build garden space stories at least four, the make a hole after every 10 inches on the garters to allow proper drainage.

Mount your vertical vegetable garden on the wall using nails, hooks or screws leaving enough space involving the vegetables to create enough room for growth fill the gutters with a mixture of equivalent quantities of organic compost, potting soil and moss in which to provide good drainage and vitamins to your vegetables. You can also add fertilizer periodically.

Lastly plant your preferred type of veggies however it’s advisable to plant the smaller ones thus minimizing space utilization as well as avoiding overcrowding.

Well here are the tips on how to build a vertical vegetable garden without a large backyard so go and start planting yours now.

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