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Reasons a Vertical Garden is the Way to Go

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Deciding to create a garden there are many factors involved. What type of plants do you want, what time of year do you want your plants want to bloom, and where do you want your new plant oasis. Maybe people don’t think of this as their first though, but vertical gardens are something that could be as beautiful and more efficient. Vertical gardens have a lot of pros and we at C-Bite have the plant grips and supports you would need to perfect it.

Benefits of a Vertical Garden

Save Space

If you have a smaller yard, or maybe no yard at all, this is a great way to still have a thriving garden you can be proud of. Creating a vertical design will draw your eye to your garden and can also give it a more modern look and feel. Using our C-Bite plant grips will help keep your garden in the direction and place it needs to be.

Garden Room

Create the garden room you have always wanted by using an arbor, arch, or even the plants itself. With our plant grips you can make any design you have in your mind and bring it to life. Our plant grips are versatile enough to create a whimsical or modern design; if you have a gazebo, they can help you grow plants on and around your wooden structure.

Design

If you have an unsightly part of your home that you don’t love to stare at, cover it with some wondrous green and brightly-colored flowers. There is a way to place the plants and help them grow in the direction over or on the structure you want covered. Our plant grips are flexible and can help you achieve your desired goal when it comes to your plants.

Accessible

If you have a vertical garden it will be easier to access your plants to water, fertilize, or harvest. This will save time, and help your body because you won’t be bending over constantly to water or do other things to care for your garden.

Air Flow

Getting plants to grow vertically will actually nourish them better than before. The plant will have improved air circulation and this will cause them to be more healthy. You also will be able to see pests on the plants since they will be eye level, so you will be able to take care of the plants at a quicker pace and the bugs will be visible so you can catch them faster from destroying the plants you have worked hard to care for.

More Variety

Having a vertical garden you will have the ability to grow all types of different plants. Things that tend to grow on vines can be trained to grow vertically and over an arbor or a trellis, which is appealing to the eye. Our plant grips are perfect for these types of projects in your garden.

Your garden will be the talk of your neighborhood since it’s something you see everyday. Make sure you are using C-Bite plant grips to ensure your plants are growing in the direction you want. Get yours here!

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