How to build a vertical garden from recycled materials

If you have an ugly courtyard or garden wall (or you drink a lot of milk), a vertical garden may be your solution.
This suburban vertical garden in Brinkin, Northern Territory is made of abandoned pool fences and hundreds of empty milk bottles.
Although the milk bottle itself may not be the cutest thing, the owner, Graeme Gillespie, said that after three years his milk bottle was no longer visible under the leaves.
"I have seen a commercial-industrial-scale vertical garden on the side of a building, and I was deeply inspired by it," he said.
"I don't want to go out and buy a lot of things. So I tried to come up with a concept of using recycled materials."
The wall faces the bathroom and courtyard. There is no sunlight, only sunlight filtered by the upper shade sail.
Combined with a simple irrigation system, it runs for one minute in the morning and one minute in the afternoon.
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Post time: Aug-19-2021