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LOVE this vertical garden! by Miriella, via Flickr

Morris Partnership designed the Richmond house in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. Photographers: Christopher Ott and Shania Shegedyn

This is the perfect vertical gardening -- succulents. They love hot sun, they require little water, and many varieties stay compact. We'd have to be sure to use hardy species since we don't have a bright enough place inside to overwinter one.

How to Make a Living Succulent Picture (vertical gardening) Cara and Will Meyers, owners of DIG Gardens in Santa Cruz, California, are on top of the vertical-gardening trend. "Vertical gardens are a great use of space, especially if you have a small terrace," says Cara Meyers, who leads workshops on designing and assembling picture-frame planters in DIG's urban courtyard.

Vertical garden in a French riddling rack - which is apparently what sparkling wine is perched in (in an almost upside down position) to ferment and allow the yeast to collect in the neck and be removed. I'm liking this muchly!

When growing a vertical garden instead of just growing plants in felt pockets why not hang an old picture or window frame in front to give it a little added depth. A neutral color to make it soft and subtle. A bright color to add eye movement and pop.

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Staghorn_wall_ - Flora Grubb Gardens