Growing A Vertical Vegetable Garden
Growing plants vertically is a simple way to maximize the use of small spaces in your home garden. A vertical vegetable garden is the technique of planting vegetables and growing the plants upward instead of along the ground. This vertical vegetable garden covers a smaller footprint or ground space than traditional row-planted gardens. Direct watering reaches the root base with no leaf splashing or foliage runoff. You can use a variety of supports to train vegetables to grow vertically both in the garden and in containers located on porches and patios. Growing vegetables vertically is an easy task with careful planning and regular care and attention to the plants.