3 Alternative Garden Setups for Small Spaces

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A garden can bring life to an otherwise dreary space. The problem, however, is you don’t have the space — or so you thought. Even if your space is limited, you can still have your own little garden. How? Here are some ideas you can try:

1. Lock Them Up

If you don’t have the space or soil, trough planters are the way to go. You can arrange as many planters as you want to fit and merge with your space’s design. If placed correctly, as PolyStone Planters and other industry experts explain, you can make these planters appear like a natural part of your indoors and outdoors. In fact, you can even design them.

2. Lift Them Up

Add a bit of flora to your house with hanging planters. These take little space, but draw lots of attention. Colorful flowers and hanging plants look lovely in hanging planters. They’re easy to install. In fact, set up time will only take a couple of hours at most. You need to put an effort into watering and maintaining your flowering plants, though, but it’s all worth it when you see such beautiful plants in your home.

Face the Wall

If you can’t plant on the ground, you can always go vertical. Wall planters can hold a good number of plants using very little space. Inside the house, you can have your own herb garden near the kitchen or a beautiful adornment to impress your guests. Outside the house, they can hold any plant you wish and your kids are free to run wherever they wish without the risk of trampling on your plants.

A normal garden can take too much space, so why not try something different? With a little bit of soil, water, and lots of ingenuity, you can start growing a small-scale version of the garden you’ve always wanted.