DIY Hacks for Bringing Some Greenery to Your Small Space
Do you live in an apartment or a home with little to no porch? PC275 wants to bring out your inner botanist and create an at–home vertical garden!
First off, a note on plant decision— remember before you go wild at the garden centre, think about your vertical greenhouse’s arrangement. To develop most vegetables, herbs, succulents and yearly blossoms, you will require somewhere around 6 hours of direct daylight. A dark spot restricts your decisions, but there are shade-adoring foliage plants like begonias and coral ringers that you can select if need be.
Numerous plants like vegetables and annuals will grow better in specific conditions, so read the labels when deciding what plants will grow the best for this season. You also want to consider the potential size and propensity for each plant before pressing them into such a little space.
Now to the fun stuff, here are 9 easy steps to building your own vertical garden!
- Finding Source Heated-Treated Pallets
Numerous pallets are treated with dangerous synthetic compounds, so search for the initials “HT” to choose heat-treated beds. The wood ought to be hard, clean and generally smooth.