Vertical Gardening – Simple Ideas for a Vertical Vegetable Garden

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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.

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Stormyweld05 says:

I love this video so much. Thanks.

Ysp says:

This is so inspiring! Wow!

zoher nature says:

شكرا جزيلا

Aashana says:

which software is used for plant planning.

martysgarden says:

No doubt about that. I grow my microgreens in vertical stands on my micro farm in Australia.
Thanks for the video tips.
Happy gardening/Farming
Marty Ware (Australian Micro Farmer)

MostHitMan says:

can my girlfriend grew a booty fruity on my bamboo?

Debra Hall says:

I bought tall plastic laundry baskets with air holes , I plan to put a dustbin bag in it , fill it with potting soil , cut holes in it and then plant with strawberries , lettuce and radishes etc , with herbs on the top . I can keep the strawberry plants and the herbs in all year and harvest the salad and replant with seedlings .

lineflyer1 says:

Nice video. i grew some huge hydro lettuce on my channel. Keep up the good work

Sj Smith says:

To my knowledge?, sweet peas are ornamental plants and are not edible.  I only mention this since the title is about growing vegetables, and the suggestion to grow an unedible plant might confuse a newbie to gardening.  Other than that, your video is very creative and interesting… offering lots of inspiration.

GrowVeg says:

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 says:

very good ideas

Gardening Tips With Phil says:

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

Troy Santos says:

Same here … like these ideas a lot :))

K00L VIDEOS says:

great vertical gardening info nice video

Cate's Garden says:

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

maximillianc100 says:

what great ideas.  I bought one of the fabric shoe bags that you hang over doors to plant in too.  I will hang it where my hanging baskets were.

umair ahmed says:

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

MR GARDEN PROJECTS says:

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 says:

great video.  I've used a few of these ideas but I learned a bunch more.  thanks

Patrick Meehan says:

Thank you for that great informative video.

Plantiful Maria says:

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

Dusan Ivkovic says:

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. 

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