How to Make a Vertical Garden with Lattice

Posted by: on March 7th, 2013 | 3 Comments
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One of the many benefits of planting a vertical garden is that it doesn’t require a lot of space. It’s also something anyone can do, so there’s no excuse not to start a little garden of your own.

In this video, Boston Roots, one of our Forum associates from The Home Depot Community Forums, will demonstrate how you can construct an attractive vertical garden using your favorite plants, a few pots, organic potting soil, S-hooks, and a piece of vertical lattice.

It’s an easy, enjoyable project you can complete in just a few hours, and you’ll have a lovely new vertical garden to admire anywhere around your home that needs some greenery.

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  1. c s says:

    Great idea and I’d like to try it. But do you have any suggestions for anchoring the trellis to a concrete patio floor (outdoors) . . . or tiled floor indoors, aside from boring holes into the wall?

    • Shelley Decker says:

      Hello c s,

      Thanks for the question! Here’s the response from Chris_HD_CHI from the How-to Community:

      “Anchoring a trellis will vary greatly depending on how where you place it. Unless you have a pipe or some fixture available to strap/wire the upper part of the trellis to, I recommend using at least a pair of wall anchors to secure it.

      The bottom of the trellis can be made less slippery by stapling rubber sheeting to it, available in the plumbing department at your local Home Depot store.”

      Hope this helps and let us know if you have other questions!

      Shelley

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