Hello, how are you?
Do you like gardening?
Yeah, me too. But, look at my garden! So many polibags here.
Spontaniously, I have an idea to make a simply vertical garden.
I think it's not that permanent, but it helps me to give my garden more space for a while.
And here it is.
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Step 1: You Need
Rope (Mine is plastic rope)
Step 2: Hole
Make a small hole at a side of the polibag. Don't too top. This polibag is the bottom one.
Step 3: Tie
Tie the rope from that hole. Tie it about 3 times.
Step 4: Hole and Tie Again
Make a small hole at a side of the other polibag. Don't too top. This polibag is the middle one. Do this for the third polibag (top).
Tie the rope from that hole. Tie it about 3 times. You have to remember. The holes are in the same side. Make sure you give them space. Just pull up and see how big the space. It depends-on the plants. Do this for the third polibag (top).
Step 5: The Top
Now, make the rope as a hanger. You just have to make a hole at the other side of the polibag. Tie the rope. Pull up the rope. See, is it okay or no. Don't too tight, don't too loose.
Step 6: Next
Make a small hole at the other side of the second polibag. Tie it. Make it balance (pull up and see). Do this for the last polibag.
Step 7: Voila!
You have done your "homework". It's simple right?
And now, I just have to hang it. And my garden is now feeling bigger.
Step 8: Thank You
Thanks for watching my "homework". Hope you like it. It's simple and crazy.