You can make individualized planters for each plant by using plastic bottles. Simply clean them add, put soil in them, and then add the plant or herb. You can make as many or as few as you need!
Build your own DIY vertical garden by using a wooden frame and chicken wire or wire mesh. You just have to securely attach the wire into the inside of the frame.
Take a cloth or other fabric shoe rack and turn it into a hanging garden! Each pocket can be used for a different plant or herb.
Make a staircase-like vertical garden. It’s simply stacked and raised garden beds, giving you a tiered and sophisticated look!
Use gutter sections to make a vertical garden! You just attach the pieces with a chain or wire, and hang them up! It’s a pretty great idea.
Put some creativity in your work by stacking pots. You can even paint them to be a fun and vibrant color.
Use the classic hanging baskets to make a vertical garden. You can attach them to each other, or just have them be free standing.
Take old crates, stack them on top of each other, and make a great looking vertical garden! It adds a nice touch to your yard, plus gets you the plants you want.
Take plumbing pipe and turn it into a vertical garden! You can have your plants and herbs stick out of the ends for a great urban jungle feel!
Take a few planks of wood and cut holes into them that would fit a planter. Then slide the planter or pot into the hole, and you’ve got a great vertical garden!
Make your own crochet bags and then use those in your vertical garden! Choose colors and make patterns that look great with the greens of your plants.
Wooden pallets are great for a vertical garden. Simply put them on their side and then attach whatever type of planter you want.
You can use teacups and other dishware to make an awesome vertical garden. Just make sure the dishes are big enough for the soil and the growing plant.
Make a great vertical garden out of some buckets or pots and a ladder! Just slide the buckets through the ladder slots and you’re good!
You could also try to make a pyramid vertical garden that gets bigger as it goes down the base. It takes a bit longer to make, but it’s worth it!
You could also just hang pots from the ceiling or railing on your patio to make a hanging garden. It’s pretty simple but can look awesome, especially if you’re tight on space.
Add some green and style to your yard with a monogram wreath! On the inside, you can add your plants and herbs for a vertical garden.
Turn an old dresser into a vertical garden! Just add soil and plants to the drawers, and you’re good to go!
I just love the look of this vertical garden farm! Not only does it attract your attention, but it also maximizes your vertical gardening space!
Take some PVC pipe that you may have laying around and use it for your vertical garden! it’s super customizable, so make the pipe any length you want and then just hang them!