Stairs and pathways are regular features of small city gardens. Used carefully these spaces provide excellent locations for vertical-growing container gardens without impeding access. This corner of the garden involves two short flights of stairs and a basement corridor. It benefits from good exposure in the garden and allows for considerable use of vertical space. …Read More about Starting a stairwell garden
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The basement corridor of the garden is an ideal example of underused city space that is ideal for vertical gardening. Using natural climbers, beans, tomatoes and cucumber, the plants seek out the light and are strung up with string to lead them.