I build a vertical garden in one weekend

Posted by 03.12. 2016 11:54:29 (460 readers)

I build a vertical garden in one weekend

Why create a vertical garden at home? The answers are many and personal. Of course it is fashionable, it's beautiful and spectacular. It is a challenge whose outcome will make the admiration of all, especially if you specify: "It was me who did it !".

The vertical garden creation method the author proposes is an easy do-it-yourself project perfectly adaptable to the size of your home. And plants are the whole point of the adventure : the choice is vast. With this book fully illustrated and practical you will establish your vertical garden easily.
Author: Margot Guyon,
Format: Kindle eBook
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