If you have limited space or sun, the most practical way is making a vertical garden. Herbs offer a sensory experience, making them the perfect garden introduction for children. This spiral herb garden design is perfectly productive and energy efficient. It lets you pile plants and maximize limited spaces. (Image via: The Whoot)
Materials you need for building this herb spiral garden:
- Weed mat or gravel
- Long stake
- Homemade compost
- Organic matter
- Herb seedling
- Rock minerals
Determine how large your spiral garden and how you will make the spiral pattern. You need to prevent weeds from thriving so cover the area with cardboard.
start construction the wall by laying bricks to make the spiral frame. Continue layering the materials until you get your desired height for the spiral garden. Remember that the top part of the layered wall must be higher to form a slope.
When the wall is secured, add the organic materials and the soil before you position the herb seedlings. In a matter of several days the seedling should start to grow.
If you want to learn more about the constructions of your mini spiral garden, you can check the original tutorial shared by Ms Anna Gibson.
You also can check the detailed tutorial via Youtube:
Spiral Herb Garden Tutorial via Frugal Kiwi
This is really a big spring must do project for those homes with small patch for planting. It is pretty to look and functional where you can sit and entertain with this green scene. If you want to give a try at your backyard.