... WITH A DIY VERTICAL VEGETABLE GARDEN
If you are fortunate enough to have a garden, chances are that you would want it to be bigger than what it currently is.
After all, it provides greenery in an urban environment which helps relax you just by looking at it, it is the perfect place for your kids to play without having to leave the house, and it’s also the ideal place to entertain family and friends in the warmer months.
However, unfortunately, your garden just isn’t big enough to do all that you’d like.
A HEALTHY GARDEN MEANS A HAPPY FAMILY
There has been a strong move in the last few years toward eating more naturally. We are all aware of the fact that to provide cheaper and more insect-resistant fruits and vegetables that farmers are using pesticides that enter our bodies and can damage our health. Consequently, there has been a big move toward organic fruit and vegetables.
There has also been an attempt by many people to grow their own vegetables organically at home. This not only saves money but also helps teach the kids a valuable lesson about food, where it comes from, and how it grows, and also gives you some control over what you put in your mouth – the knowledge that for once you can be sure of what you’re eating. However, few people have the space in their garden to devote to a vegetable or herb garden.
A vertical vegetable garden helps overcome the space limitations that stop many of us from creating our own organic home vegetable garden. Why go horizontal when you can go vertical?
Plastic planters that can be stacked vertically are the ideal solution for those looking to grow their vegetables at home but are limited by space. Vertical planters also can help hide a wall that could use some work as well as adding an element often lacking from gardens - the ability to look ahead and up to appreciate the garden and not just focusing on the ground. Plastic stackable vegetable planters are the perfect garden companion - for gardens small or large.