Gardening

3 Photo Pegs That Will Inspire You To Build A Vertical Garden

Jazz up a blank wall with these design ideas

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Who said that you need a sprawling lawn to have a lovely plant bed? Since the boom of small space living, people have come up with a lot of alternatives to traditional practices—one of them is vertical gardening

Aside from helping you cover up unattractive walls and bare fences, a vertical garden offers no restrictions when it comes to placement and style—you can have it by the kitchen window, balcony, garage—and it can be adjusted according to your decor theme.  

To get you started, here are three pegs you can use as reference for your own green corner. 

Main photos from: Plataforma Arquitectura and Sweet Paul 

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