For those that love to garden, but don’t have enough yard space, container gardening can be a great way to satisfy your green thumb. For window ledges, you can obtain window boxes for both inside, and outside to maximize your space. If you have a wall, you can create a hanging garden using hooks and pots. For those that don’t have the money to buy new pots, you can just reuse old tins or containers that you have laying around the house.
- A vertical display on a wall, fence or shelving is an efficient use of space.
- Drill holes in the bottoms of old tomato or shortbread tins and use them as planters.
- Wheelbarrows and watering cans can both be re-purposed as attractive planters.
“So if you too want to feel like you are living in Hardy novel, you don’t need acres of land to feel the benefits of gardening.”
Read more: https://www.realhomes.com/news/6-container-gardening-ideas-perfect-for-small-spaces-and-lockdown
Leave a Reply