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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.
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.