The problem of always in small houses ... You want to add a little piece of nature to your home, but you find that you have no space ... vertical gardens are the solution Perfect and one of the trends of the moment.
So to solve that situation today we show you one of the DIY proposed Bosch Home & Garden in this regard: a vertical garden Suitable for balconies and small terraces, built step by step. In this way, decorating this garden with the plants that we like the most, we can bring life and color to our homes.
To build it in a simple and safe way, we will only need to follow a series of simple steps. First, we will start marking the wooden boards that will serve to make the structure - both interior and exterior - of our vertical garden. Once marked, the we will cut, for example, with the Sierra NanoBlade Wood Speed 50 and we will sand the edges leaving them smooth and ready for the next step.
Behind this, we will screw the inner frame, using for example the screwdriver drill Bosch EasyDrill 12-2 two-speed wireless, ideal for this type of projects. Then, we will cut the lining of the vertical garden and we will insert it in the inner frame.
For the next step we will need a screwdriver like the IXO and its cutting adapter since after removing the excess coating that protrudes at the ends we will cut a wire mesh which will help us to hold our plants. Next, we will trim the wire mesh protruding from the four corners so that it can be easily folded over the frame. After this, it is time to add color. If we wish we can paint the outer frame With water resistant wood paint.
Next, we will begin to plant the plants that we like the most. Once planted, we will place the outer frame on the inner frame and screw it again with the screwdriver.
To end, we will place the vertical garden on the wall We want, for example, with the help of the Bosch EasyDrill 12-2 screwdriver drill, making sure that the chosen place is not oriented towards the sun and protected from the wind. So we can enjoy this garden that will bring a natural air to our home. What do you think of the result?