Have you ever heard of home garden or apartment garden? It is a worldwide trend that has been growing, year after year. In the past, we had the idea that vegetable gardens could only be planted in large locations… However, the vertical garden comes to demystify this and win the love of those who live, too, in small apartments.

Vertical Garden – What is it?

It is nothing more than the vegetable garden that we already know. Only planted vertically. That is, they are either supported on a wall, vertically or suspended. They allow you to explore your home space in a constructive and healthy way.

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Some types of vertical garden use recyclable materials, such as a pet bottle or wooden pallet. They are indicated, mainly, for those who have little space, such as apartments and small houses.

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Why should I have a vegetable garden at home?

For several different reasons! First, because it is good for health to develop such close contact with nature … You can plant plants that demand your care, even spices that you use on a daily basis.

It is also good for the mind and heart, as feelings like endorphins are released when they come into contact with the plants. In addition, when you consume a product planted at home, you fully know its origin. Most of them are healthy foods, made with a lot of love and free from pesticides, which will only be good for the health of the body and mind.

Then, the expense to maintain it is minimal and the time dedicated as well. They are plants that do not need care at all times. You observe the development of nature in a way never before seen and felt. It’s really worth it!

It also helps in decorating the environment, making it more stylish and tasty. Indirectly encourages the consumption of green leaves and fruits by family and friends. In addition, the spices leave a very tasty scent spread throughout the environment.

How to make vegetable garden in apartment?

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The first step you need to identify is where your vertical garden will be installed. It is recommended that you choose some space that has light and ventilation, so that the plants can grow in a healthy way. Generally, the place chosen is the balcony walls of your apartment.

A tip by Blue World City Islamabad for those just starting out is to buy a vertical garden panel. Measure correctly so that the ones available will fit on your wall. You can find people who sell tailor-made, which can be a more interesting idea if you already have something designed in your head. Coir panels are also great options.

If you don’t have as much space available on walls like this, opt for wooden shelves. You keep in small pots and follow with the same care.

All of these products that we quote can be found easily in specialized stores, ranging from R $ 150.00 to R $ 800.00, depending on the material and size you want. A tip to save? Search the internet for some that are second-hand, but that are in good condition.

What to plant in my vertical garden?

This is the most common question for anyone looking to develop a vertical garden at home. Many people set aside a space for planting and growing vegetables and herbs, spices that we use daily in our cuisine.

Among the most coveted are: sage, coriander, parsley, basil, chives, marigold, oregano, lettuce, arugula, cherry tomatoes, cabbage, thyme, capuchin, rosemary, among others.

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Models of vegetable gardens in apartment

There are several models available for all tastes and pockets, check it out:

Pet bottle vegetable garden

Do you want to make a vertical garden without spending a lot? How about investing in pet bottles? You can make yours using the bottles both vertically and horizontally.

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Vegetable garden in crates

Do you know that wooden crate? It is an excellent option! The cool thing would be to sand and paint before using it. To facilitate the identification of what is what, in front of the crate, pass a hand of whiteboard paint (which you find in houses of paint). After drying, you write with chalk what you planted in that crate. Super Cool!

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Garden in aluminum or PVC pipe

Take that piece of gutter that you no longer use or a PVC pipe and let’s enjoy it! You can make it even more colorful by painting it with spray paint of your favorite color.


Take the old pallets, sand, varnish and arrange your plants right there! You can find it on the internet for a very affordable price, or in department stores, which make the oldest ones available, often free of charge. Another option would be to quote with a joiner.

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Potted vegetable garden

Potted plants of various colors and sizes, arranged in a unique way, scattered throughout the environment, is also a nice option and full of life!

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Vegetable garden on the wall

And who said that only the part of the balcony that could be your vegetable garden? In large and airy spaces, you can place them inside your home, as a decoration on the wall. It looks beautiful!

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Canned vegetable garden

Do you know those unimportant paint cans? How about we give her life? Comb them with cheerful colors and follow the same hint as the blackboard ink, to write down what you planted in it. It will be beautiful!

Glass vegetable garden

An excellent option. Especially if you want to plant spices and leave them on the kitchen wall.

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Care of the home garden

For each planting, a different care. For example, if you have planted spices, irrigation should be one to three times a day when they are in the seed phase and then, the larger ones (seedling or plant already grown), water only once a day. Fertilization should be done every two or three months, preferably.

As they are plants that are easy to plant and frequently consume, the exchange of seedlings and fertilization can vary. So, ask the florist for the best recommendation for care and planting.