Everyone in suburbia has a garden, complete with a manicured lawn and at least a few sad little lawn ornaments. Some adventurous types might even have a little vegetable garden (gasp). If the past year of being cooped up in our homes has taught us anything, it’s that our abodes could do with quite a bit of sprucing up. And a lot of joy can come from spicing things up from time to time.
So instead of sticking with what’s known, it’s time to branch out to something else. It’s time to try something novel, modern, elegant, and classy. One way to do that is by creating an indoor/outdoor room. Another more affordable solution is a vertical garden. They are an interesting and rather unique addition to any garden that’s sure to make any cookie-cutter garden a cut above the rest.
What Is a Vertical Garden?
A vertical garden is a great example of how you can make the most use of the space you have. Unlike a conventional garden bed, a vertical garden is a trellis that is hung from the wall. Also known as a living wall, vertical gardens create a whole new realm of possibilities when it comes to growing plants and reimagining outdoor spaces. A vertical garden bursting with color and luscious plants is very pleasing to the senses and can have a nice soothing effect. It’s no wonder then that living walls have been soaring in popularity in recent years.