Archive for March 2, 2011
A good way for gardens with small spaces to expand on what they grow and produce a larger harvest is the vertical garden in their system. Vertical garden is simply the transfer of administration of the growth of your plants from the soil into the air. One of the easiest ways to do this is to attach wire mesh garden netting at the back of your cardboard boxes, or plant growth indefinitely.
Many varieties of vegetables can grow vertically, of course, even some you would not expect. Traditional plants from your local hardware store or nursery can grow varieties of bush are on their way from bush by the ground. Set nets for some form of structural pole, pipe or a grid is a good way to facilitate the vertical growth.
Your plants need a little attention and support in the first few weeks of growth. You may find that you need the system by binding to the grid support. Once the plant is built, but it should also continue to increase growth without much support.
Traditional cultures are indeterminate tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, squash, peas, and even melons. Watermelon or cantaloupe is really in a situation, vertical garden thrive. As long as you keep the support structure of sufficient strength to the fruit, the plant will be able to support the weight of melons produced them.
Especially in confined spaces is a good way to save space. These vegetables and fruits are often excluded from larger to small gardens because they require too much space to grow.
Garden trellis net is a great way to add variety and sparkle to your garden. Finding the right combination of power and the support structure can also add a visual appeal that you have ever had. Your friends and family will be surprised to see your plants grow vertically on the grid, and will be impressed with your ingenuity and forward thinking.