With winter now firmly behind us, some homeowners are busy tending to their revitalized garden and shaping it for. The post Green DIY: Craft Your Own Vertical Vegetable Garden That Takes up Little Space appeared first on The Perfect DIY.
Sedum Topiary Tree Invert a tomato cage in a pot, cover it with chicken wire, then fill with spaghnum moss on the outside, peat moss inside. Poke in Sedums & other succulents. You created a TOPIARY TREE covered with "roses".
Designing your own vertical herb garden is a fun project. Vertical gardens allow you to grow herbs and some fruits and vegetables that do not require a lot of soil, such as strawberries or lettuce. Growing your own herbs for cooking or for medicinal.
The recycling and repurposing possibilities are endless!
Make Your Patio Pop with Color by adding a DIY Pallet Table made by: Spray Painting 2 Pallets + Stacking them + (Optional) Nail them together and Add some Wheels to be able to roll the table anywhere around the garden.