Why Compartmentalizing Your Garden Works

Compartmentalizing Your Garden

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Do this. Don’t do that. Be there. Be that.  It is a life skill — compartmentalizing our lives — that can be immensely helpful, detrimental or perhaps both depending on just how you play it.  One area where compartmentalizing your life can spectacularly rewarding is with your garden. We’ve even interviewed gardening ninjas like Robin Horton.  She knows a thing or two or fifty about gardening. Now when it comes to gardening, compartmentalizing your garden or partitioning — can be tremendously beneficial.   

Compartmentalizing your garden

The team over at FIX have created this great infographic inspired by (you may have guessed) urban gardening ninja Robin Horton. If you’re interested in or experimenting with any of the following, you need to check out the great information below:

  • Vertical gardens
  • Living walls
  • Ecowalls
  • Green walls
  • Hanging gardens
  • Container gardens
  • Pallet gardens

Horton share lots great tips on repurposing and reusing common household items into great gardening grids.

Backyards, patios, decks, and terraces can benefit from creating separation to establish different outdoor rooms. Think it of it as creating multiple living experiences. It takes a bit of creativity and inventiveness to optimize these indoor and outdoor spaces, especially small, limited ones.

So go ahead — start compartmentalizing your garden piece by piece, plant by plant!  We promise not to judge.

Source: Fix.com Blog

Feature image credit: kamnuan / Shutterstock 

Chase Ezell

Chase has served in various public relations, communications and sustainability roles. He is a former managing editor for Earth911.com.