If you love gardening, but have a small yard, consider a vertical garden. Not only do vertical gardens take up less space than traditional gardens, they also use less water, and are less prone to weeds and pests. Additionally, they are easier to water and maintain without the bending and kneeling associated with traditional gardening.Whether you build your own trellis system, or purchase wall mounted planting containers, a vertical garden will add a lush, green, tranquil ambiance to any outdoor space.
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