No matter how small your home, there's room for a garden if you're prepared to think outside the square. More and more tenants and homeowners are greening their thumbs by creating gardens in the tiniest of spaces, using the clever idea of a vertical garden. What exactly is a vertical garden? A vertical garden is just like a traditional flat or horizontal garden, but much, much more clever. By raising your garden up, instead of out, a vertical garden not only saves you space,but it can also be positioned to capture whatever sun you have available.
For many years, I didn't give much thought to my garden. However, all of that changed when I retired from my job working as a lawyer in downtown Sydney. I suddenly discovered that I had a lot of time on my hands. I didn't know what to do with it. After a few weeks, I started to become slightly depressed. My wife could see what was happening and she suggested that I take up gardening so I called up my sister who is an expert with the plants and trees. She came to stay with me and my wife for a couple of weeks and taught me everything she could.