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How to install a lush vertical garden

The only way is up if you want to give a small outdoor space the wow factor.

If you've got empty vertical spaces in your garden that you want to improve, you could use climbing plants.

But if you want high impact, why not try a green wall?

Vertical gardens allow you to have a lovely growing space, no matter how small your outdoor area. They are perfect for apartment balconies or courtyards, or even as a statement piece in a bigger garden.

Vertical garden structures can come as a kit, which can be connected together like I’ve done here to create a larger green wall that suits your space.

In the Wangi Wangi home, I used a combination of foliage plants to create a lush green effect on the balcony.

If you've got a sunny spot you could try using some herbs or introduce some colour with flowers.

Once you choose your plants, just add some potting mix, and they’re ready to hang.

Watering a green wall is easy if you get an integrated watering system that delivers controlled amounts of water to each individual pot.

Now you have a garden where otherwise you would have a blank wall! What a great way to bring in some texture and colour.

 
 

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