Vertical is the way to go if you're short on the room or need to build some screening to give privacy on a patio, deck, or balcony. Vertical gardening makes the most of your growing area by using vertical growth habits or containers. It's a strategy that works both indoors and outside! Indoors, brighten a kitchen or a barren wall, and outside, offer screening and color. You may also plant a kitchen garden by your back door or decorate a drab external wall. When you're a kid, there's no limit to what you can do!
In a vertical environment, many varieties of houseplants, annuals, perennials, and shrubs perform well, so you're not restricted in what you may use. The additional outdoor vertical growing areas may be created by using window boxes, hanging pots, or a garden structure such as a trellis or tuteur. With a few simple crafts or recycled objects, you may make a variety of planters to create your own one-of-a-kind vertical growing place.
So get creative and read on to learn about some of our favorite indoor and outdoor vertical gardening ideas.
- 1. Planters to Hang on the Wall
- 2. Trellis made of bamboo
- 3. Garden in a Vertical Hanging Planter
- 4. Vertical Succulent Garden (DIY)
- 5. Plant a Vine that Lives for a Long Time
- 6. Vertical Garden Made from Recycled Materials
- 7. Shelving on Ladders
- 8. Strawberry Tower Made at Home
- 9. Garden with a Tin Can Fence
- 10. Kitchen Garden in the Modern Era
- 11. Wooden Pallet that has been repurposed
- 12. Herb Garden Grown Vertically
- 13. Hanging Planter Made of Plywood
- 14. Wall Planter in a Farmhouse Style
- 15. Trellis for Privacy
- Creative Vertical Gardening Ideas That Will Beautify Your Home
1. Planters to Hang on the Wall
What could be better than being able to pluck fresh herbs as you cook? Any sunny window in your kitchen may be dressed up with this simple yet elegant-looking hanging planter concept.
2. Trellis made of bamboo
Keep in mind that vertical doesn't have to imply difficulty. To make an obelisk or rustic tuteur, lash together several lengths of bamboo. Alternatively, use long branches from your yard to save money. Then, for a stunning focal point, train annual vines such as morning glories or black-eyed Susan vines up it.
3. Garden in a Vertical Hanging Planter
You probably never imagined you could transform hanging plants into something so lovely! A flat-finish paint, some robust rope, and washi tape aid in the completion of the project.
4. Vertical Succulent Garden (DIY)
The key components in this simple DIY succulent garden are landscape cloth and cactus potting mix. It'd look great on a mantle, in a bedroom, or on the dining room wall.
5. Plant a Vine that Lives for a Long Time
To climb a garden building or a wall, plant a perennial vine. Unlike English ivy, clinging vines like the climbing hydrangea depicted here do not harm masonry. Make sure it can withstand the elements in your USDA Hardiness Zone.
6. Vertical Garden Made from Recycled Materials
The foundation of these stylish planters is made out of empty plastic containers. If you can't locate the correct sizes, buy some cheap plastic pots and turn them into hanging planters.
7. Shelving on Ladders
Here's a quick and easy technique to gain height: Use an old ladder against the wall to create a tiered plant shelf. With landscape timbers, this would be a simple DIY project.
8. Strawberry Tower Made at Home
No room to plant a garden? This strawberry tower is made with cheap plastic pipe and is really simple to create. Cut off little parts (strawberries don't need a lot of soil to survive) and place everything in a weighted clay pot.
9. Garden with a Tin Can Fence
Spray-painted tin cans make for incredibly gorgeous planters that are also quite economical.
10. Kitchen Garden in the Modern Era
Herbs may be grown just where they're needed—in your kitchen, of course! By choosing pots that fit your personal décor, you can simply adapt this project.
11. Wooden Pallet that has been repurposed
Create a wall unit for potted plants out of a wooden pallet, or just rest it against the wall. It's a brilliant method to use discarded pallets.
12. Herb Garden Grown Vertically
Looking for something ultra-simple yet nonetheless visually appealing? The answer is this easy-to-assemble vertical herb garden made of landscape cloth.
13. Hanging Planter Made of Plywood
All of your heavier greens will be safe in these strong pots. The natural color of the plywood complements almost any decor.
14. Wall Planter in a Farmhouse Style
Even the most inexperienced painters can create something like this. The more scuffed up the paint is, the more rustic it appears.
15. Trellis for Privacy
Is your patio too near to your neighbor's? To make a mini-wall, frame a sheet or two of the lattice. Then, to soften the aspect and offer further screening, plant annual or perennial vines. If you're not handy, a prefabricated trellis will suffice.
Creative Vertical Gardening Ideas That Will Beautify Your Home
Vertical Gardening Ideas Photos Collected via pinterest.com
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