Vertical Rain Garden Review

vertical rain gardenThis Vertical Rain Garden is not only functional, it is sophisticated and stylish. It is designed for people who want the higher-end look for their home – but who still want an easy-to-use product that can handle multiple tasks.

Sophisticated Design Adds Value to Your Home

Most homeowners are concerned with having their rainwater harvesting system be an eyesore in the backyard – but this structure is the complete opposite. It can actually be a focal point, with its unique and artistic metal cut-out design.

Besides being useful and beautiful to look at, the vertical rain garden can add value to your home when you go to sell it. I see it as a smart property investment, which can essentially pay for itself.

A Vertical Garden that Can Tackle Multiple Tasks at Once?

Today, more people are using vertical gardens to add interest to their yards. Do you have a bare wall you want to dress up, you need to hide your gutter downspout or you want an interesting floral structure in your yard? This decorating strategy is a great way to accomplish all 3 at the same time.

This Modular Rain Barrel System is Super Convenient

Unlike other rain barrels, this system is modular. You can add multiple water collection units as needed. Each unit holds 30 gallons, and they conveniently stack one on top of the other. Because the units stack vertically, the structure only requires a small footprint. Therefore, they won’t take up a lot of space in your yard.

I love this build-as-you-go concept, because you don’t have to buy a giant 10-foot structure and attempt to set it up all at once. Start with a single unit if you want, and build on to your planter as needed.

The planter includes a durable and rust-proof brass spigot with water hose hook up. Plus, it also has a convenient drip watering system built in. This makes watering a vine easy and your plant will stay healthy-looking.

Plants to Use

The vertical planter is designed for a vine. Depending on your preference, you could choose a bright-colored flowering plant like Evergreen Honeysuckle or Lady Banks Rose or a fragrant vine like Confederate Jasmine or a simple ivy-like crawler. Consider the sunlight that the area receives and be sure to get an evergreen variety.

Vertical Rain Garden Measurements

60 Gallon (2 Barrel) Unit: 25″ L x 16″ W x 70″ H

90 Gallon (3 Barrel) Unit: 25″ L x 16″ W x 95″ H

120 Gallon (4 Barrel) Unit: 25″ L x 16″ W x 120″ H

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