With all the sunny weather we've been having I have been busy setting up our deck once again and planting all of the herbs and flowers we will be enjoying over the summer. I've definitely packed about as much as I can into a very small space but there was one wall in particular that was lacking a certain something. We love the idea of having a little oasis that we can step out into (the deck is just off of our kitchen) so the more green in the space, the better. I have always loved the look of vertical gardens, and I needed to re-home some succulents that were outgrowing their pots so it was the perfect time to make one. It was really easy and so far (about two weeks on) it's doing really well!
* A box
* Landscape material
* Chicken wire or other
* Staple gun (optional as nails would work too)
* Succulent friendly soil
* Scissors (Tin cutters are great but are optional- they just make cutting the wire really easy!)
Step 1: Line the box with landscaping material. I used a staple gun to do this, which worked well.