Biodiversity at home: learn how to grow a vertical vegetable garden
The Municipal Services of Environment bring weekly DIY suggestions, in the framework of the online Environmental Education programmes, organised amid the current pandemic.
There is a lot to learn, namely species, children's stories and, this time, DIY tips on how to grow vertical vegetable gardens at home.
A vertical vegetable garden is a simple way to enhance growing space, especially if you don't have a garden or a patio. It helps reduce insect problems, while beautifying verandas.
Everyone can grow trellises, lettuce, thyme, stakes, and obelisks. These support vining tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, gourds, peas, and pole beans.
Watch and learn!