Small Garden Design Ideas

Check out these creative vertical gardens & other design ideas to help maximise space ... For more inspiration and articles, visit my blog @ themicrogardener.com + get your FREE copy of my eBOOK which includes tips on designing your garden. I invite you to join a community of food lovers & creative urban gardeners @ www.facebook.com/TheMicroGardener & twitter.com/Micro_Gardener.
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Getting Started with Vertical Gardening - growing up and down offers small space gardeners so many benefits. With some simple design ideas + vertical structures compact areas can become productive, beautiful features. Learn why growing vertically offers you so many benefits. http://themicrogardener.com/12-reasons-why-you-should-garden-vertically/ | The Micro Gardener

Getting Started with Vertical Gardening - growing up and down offers small space gardeners so many benefits. With some simple design ideas + vertical structures compact areas can become productive, beautiful features. Learn why growing vertically offers you so many benefits. http://themicrogardener.com/12-reasons-why-you-should-garden-vertically/ | The Micro Gardener

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Vertical Garden Trellis made with painted timber offcuts to look like tall daisies. Design doubles as garden art and a practical vertical frame for climbers. More vertical garden ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/category/vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

Vertical Garden Trellis made with painted timber offcuts to look like tall daisies. Design doubles as garden art and a practical vertical frame for climbers. More vertical garden ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/category/vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

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Blue & White Pot Theme: Repetition of colour is a simple design principle you can use to create impact with just a couple of planters or in a small space. Repeated use of the same colour in pots, foliage or flowers can bring unity to an arrangement or collection. More design tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/design/ | The Micro Gardener

Blue & White Pot Theme: Repetition of colour is a simple design principle you can use to create impact with just a couple of planters or in a small space. Repeated use of the same colour in pots, foliage or flowers can bring unity to an arrangement or collection. More design tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/design/ | The Micro Gardener

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Repetition of blues and whites, edibles and ornamentals in this cottage style potager garden.  Interplanting herbs with flowers and layering short and tall plants helps make this garden visually appealing. More design tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/design/ | The Micro Gardener

Repetition of blues and whites, edibles and ornamentals in this cottage style potager garden. Interplanting herbs with flowers and layering short and tall plants helps make this garden visually appealing. More design tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/design/ | The Micro Gardener

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A green wall like these beautiful climbing roses adds proportion, colour & fragrance. It cools the building and provides the perfect backdrop for contrasting collections of your favourite garden tools, pots and watering cans. Locating collections either side of a vertical garden unifies the space and creates more visual appeal. More garden design ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/design/ | The Micro Gardener

A green wall like these beautiful climbing roses adds proportion, colour & fragrance. It cools the building and provides the perfect backdrop for contrasting collections of your favourite garden tools, pots and watering cans. Locating collections either side of a vertical garden unifies the space and creates more visual appeal. More garden design ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/design/ | The Micro Gardener

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Garden Art Trellis - Upcycle old wire coat hangers or leftover wire from other projects into mini vertical garden climbing frames. Use pliers to bend wire into shape - hearts, curls or whatever takes your fancy! Add to pots or planters for dwarf climbers like sweet peas. More tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

Garden Art Trellis - Upcycle old wire coat hangers or leftover wire from other projects into mini vertical garden climbing frames. Use pliers to bend wire into shape - hearts, curls or whatever takes your fancy! Add to pots or planters for dwarf climbers like sweet peas. More tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

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Potting Shelves & Vertical Ladder Garden - Make shutters, boxes & shelves from repurposed pallet timber. With a little creative inspiration, you can create this layered look & maximise space. More ways to use pallets in your garden @ http://themicrogardener.com/20-creative-ways-to-upcycle-pallets-in-your-garden/  | The Micro Gardener

Potting Shelves & Vertical Ladder Garden - Make shutters, boxes & shelves from repurposed pallet timber. With a little creative inspiration, you can create this layered look & maximise space. More ways to use pallets in your garden @ http://themicrogardener.com/20-creative-ways-to-upcycle-pallets-in-your-garden/ | The Micro Gardener

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DIY Pallet Planter - A tutorial with easy-to-follow instructions and photos to help you make your own low-cost vertical garden. Shows you how to use both sides of the planter & simple to convert a pallet without lots of tools. | The Micro Gardener

DIY Pallet Planter - A tutorial with easy-to-follow instructions and photos to help you make your own low-cost vertical garden. Shows you how to use both sides of the planter & simple to convert a pallet without lots of tools. | The Micro Gardener

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Maximise Vertical Space: Layering or stacking in a small area is a design technique to add visual interest and make the most of available space. Getting pots & garden decor items up off the ground with a ladder and on a windowsill are 2 easy ways to grow vertically. More sunlight, less pests & easier access. More vertical garden tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

Maximise Vertical Space: Layering or stacking in a small area is a design technique to add visual interest and make the most of available space. Getting pots & garden decor items up off the ground with a ladder and on a windowsill are 2 easy ways to grow vertically. More sunlight, less pests & easier access. More vertical garden tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

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Box Frame Fence Planting: Not enough sun? Can't bend to garden? Have pets or animal visitors that destroy your plants? Use your fence as a Vertical Garden by making simple framed boxes with a shelf to elevate plants for more sun & easy access. A great garden feature too. More vertical garden design ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

Box Frame Fence Planting: Not enough sun? Can't bend to garden? Have pets or animal visitors that destroy your plants? Use your fence as a Vertical Garden by making simple framed boxes with a shelf to elevate plants for more sun & easy access. A great garden feature too. More vertical garden design ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

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