Catherine StewartDIY Vertical garden

This is a bit of a cheat post, as it’s a repeat from another blog but it’s such a great project I couldn’t resist sharing it with you. For those of you who don’t know what ‘landscaping paper’ is, it’s the same as geotextile fabric. For the plants I’d be choosing waterwise plants like succulents in a bright, sunny location, or tougher ferns (like Blechnum and Doodia) and small bromeliads in the shade.

So if you’ve got some old unclaimed pallets about, or even some fence palings surplus to requirements, have a go!

 

Bridgman DIY Vertical Garden

Designed by: Bridgman.co.uk

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Catherine Stewart

About Catherine Stewart

Award-winning garden journalist, blogger and photographer; writer for garden magazines and co-author of 'Waterwise Gardening'; landscape designer turned landscape design judge and critic; compulsive networker and lover of generally putting fingers in lots of pies. Particularly mud pies. Creator, curator and editor of GardenDrum. Sydney, NSW.

4 thoughts on “DIY Vertical garden

  1. AliCat on said:

    I love it! Definitely worth trying this one out and the instructions are so concise.
    Alison

  2. James Beattie on said:

    How very speccy, Catherine. I like it a lot.

  3. yes, loving it and thinking of sending to the committee of my Local Community Garden here in Darlington adapted to vegies and herbs YESSSS

  4. Georgia Whyte on said:

    OMG I have been doing scribble drawings of vertical gardens my whole trip, can’t believe we didn’t even talk Green Tea over our cuppa. Definitely doing this and must come back to brainstorm some plant related ideas with you!

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