Vertical gardening is a perfect solution for the urban prepper who wants to grow their own food; but, cannot because they don’t have a
“A vertical garden is a great option for smaller spaces as it only utilizes wall space, and you can actually plant quite a bit in it,” Czajkowska says. Not much space? There’s still a place for a garden – Lowell Sun Online
This article is more geared toward the aesthetics of gardening. I.E. Outdoor lighting considerations, colors, etc. However, it does mention something that seems quite useful.
If you’re a first-time gardener, Sypeck says, “start with a hardy plant like rosemary or lavender. Both of these beauties offer a statement moment, an ornamental element, aromatic benefits and are hard to kill.” Not much space? There’s still a place for a garden – Lowell Sun Online
So, if you are wanting to try to get into vertical or square space gardening, first try an easy project and then branch out into more challenging fruits and/or vegetable.