Added by on 2015-07-26

If your space is limited and you’re looking for ways to increase the amount you can grow, then vertical gardening could be the perfect solution for you. With a little careful planning you can create your garden so plants that are happy to grow vertically still produce an abundant harvest whilst using a fraction of the ground space. In this video we discuss the many different types of plants which can be grown vertically and demonstrate some simple structures you can easily build yourself to provide the support these plants will need. If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com and many more… To receive more gardening videos subscribe to our channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=GrowVeg Related PostsSimple Vertical Garden Ideas | Small Vegetable Garden #1Vertical Gardening Ideas, Green WallsIdeas for Green Walls and Vertical Gardens Urban Gardening(SIMPLE and EASY) Create An Awesome Wall Decoration With These Succulent Vertical Garden IdeasSimple Small raised bed vegetable garden design ideasHow To Build Garden Box For Under $10 (Part 1): Gardening Ideas DIY Made Simple By Aiman

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

20 Comments

  • Cute Reporter 2 years ago

    Thank you for sharing this video. You are a genius absolutely and very nice person.?

  • Sj Smith 2 years ago

    To my knowledge?, sweet peas are ornamental plants and are not edible.

  • GrowVeg 2 years ago

    For when the only way left is up!! Vertical Gardening – Simple Ideas for a Vertical Vegetable Garden. What do you grow vertically in your plot?
    There are many other similar ideas on how to get the most from your plot on our pinterest board Love Small Gardens….
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HLho4vcJac?

  • Justin Luo 2 years ago

    very good ideas?

  • Gardening Tips With Phil 2 years ago

    Some very good ideas here. The trellis made out of pruning's is a great idea.?

  • Troy Santos 2 years ago

    Same here … like these ideas a lot :))?

  • Barry Lutz 2 years ago
  • LearningDaily 2 years ago

    great vertical gardening info nice video?

  • rtd237891 2 years ago

    Just to let you know
    that stamp you show on the side of the pallet just means it was heat treated to kill insects such as the emerald ash borer so it can be shipped overseas and not that the pallet is chemical free. pallets are often used many times and may have been used to carry chemicals at least once. where i used to work we had to have pallets heated treated so we could ship our parts to other countries we used pallets that had other products on them before.?

  • dewi darmawati 2 years ago
  • Cate's Garden 2 years ago

    Good info. I suggest vertical gardening to my "urban" just-starting gardeners all the time.?

  • maximillianc100 2 years ago

    what great ideas.

  • umair ahmed 2 years ago

    some vining crops can be trained over another plant
    these include trees and long and sturdy branches?

  • Nathan Westbeld 2 years ago

    +Ian Harrold? Vertical Gardening is something we need to try more of. We do some, but what if we really kicked it in? I'm think lettuce could really be grown well like this. #homestead #garden #2015?

  • MR GARDEN PROJECTS 2 years ago

    I think growing vertically is such a great space saving idea. Theres so many ways you can grow vertically now as well. Thanks for sharing.?

  • Growing With God 2 years ago

    great video.

  • Patrick Meehan 2 years ago

    Thank you for that great informative video.?

  • Vegan Alchemist 2 years ago

    This is so cool! Thank you for sharing!!!?

  • Dusan Ivkovic (3ton) 2 years ago

    I really want to start growing strawberries vertically this year! My mother tried for a few years in handmade crate but there's too may of them and they are very small and rare.
    Would someone give me suggestion witch type of strawberries to choose? I'm looking for some average size, 100% natural.

  • Kate Cash. 2 years ago

    Take a look at this video on YouTube:?