We so often think of landscaping as a horizontal experience, lovingly planning our back or front yard garden space. However, vertical gardens are a stunning way to create a landscape design without the yard space required for a traditional garden. Plus, vertical gardens cause passersby to stop and take a second look.
Enhance Your Kansas City Landscaping with a Vertical Garden
Climbers. Ivy and Virginia Creeper are two examples of climbing plants that make a perfect vertical garden. For best results, plant a generous amount of foliage at the bottom so your future effects are dense and lush.
Panels. You can build panels onto appropriate siding in order to provide good soil depth. While the plants will seem to come straight out of the wall, they do best if angled trays are installed in the panels so foliage can grow up and out.
Interior. Who says vertical gardens have to grow outside? Consider transforming a well-lit interior wall into a magnificent vertical garden. Alternating plant varieties, colors, and patterns will create a living work of art.
Grids. You can use a grid/panel combo to create exact geometric shapes or patterns. Alternate colors for dramatic effect or keep the foliage similar to create a quilted look.
Would you consider a vertical garden for your Kansas City home or commercial business?