Vertical gardening takes gardens to new heights and does it in style. You’ll save space with these vertical gardens and most of them are cheaper to put together than a traditional garden. It will also give you some extra flexibility if you want to change out a plant or flower since they’re so easy to access and replant.
These DIY vertical gardens don’t have to go outside either. A few of these are inside, where you can easily reach that next herb you need for dinner. There are a lot of options and styles here, and you’re sure to find one that fits your needs.
This DIY vertical garden is much easier to put together than it looks. Instead of building it, you’ll be using just one supply from the hardware store for the body of the garden. Silver pails are then hooked onto the railings, just waiting to be filled with plants.
Not all vertical gardens need to be outside. This one is kept indoors and is meant to grow herbs. A small space in the kitchen would be enough room to fit a few wall planters that can be filled with soil and plants.
If you want to get serious about your vertical gardening, you’re going to want to check out this project. In just an hour, with a little help from some power tools, you’ll have the body of the garden built. A drip watering system is then added for irrigation so you don’t have to worry about forgetting to water.
A felt pocket planter is used here to make this garden set-up quick and easy. The planter is mounted with screws and then the pockets are filled with plants. Water it once every two days and you have an easy-to-care-for vertical garden.
One way to dress up a vertical garden is by adding some color to the background. Here paint and stencils have been used for a Moroccan-style theme that would look great out in the yard or traditional garden.
This unique DIY vertical garden takes individual pots and suspends them on wires. You can customize this vertical garden to fit your space and you can use as many wires or buckets as you like.
This vertical garden is built to look like a ladder. Sitting on each “rung” is a wooden planter box. Use the free plans to build this 5-shelf-high garden, there’s even a video to help you with the build.
Here’s another unique DIY vertical garden and this one looks great out by a fence. The crates are painted all different colors to give them some real interest, but you could take a more neutral take if you’d like. The crates are attached and then ready for flowers.
Upcycle an old pair of jeans into a pocket that’s strong enough to hold a plant. A liner is included to keep everything dry. Wood from a plank of old pallet wood is treated and then used as a base to hold the denim planters.
This DIY vertical hanging kitchen garden doesn’t have to be in the kitchen, this one is on the front porch. It’s actually mobile so you can put it anywhere you like. You’ll be surprised to find out that this pretty garden only costs around $30 to build.
One way to make a vertical garden is by adding planters to a wall or fence Here a slat wall is built and then planters are placed on it. This will change the look of your space and give you more space for gardening.
Here’s a beautiful wooden vertical garden that you can build yourself. It’s attached to a surface, like the side of a house, and then filled with plants. It makes a great addition to any outdoor space.
Upcycle a screen door by transforming it into a vertical garden. Here a cottage screen door is used for a whimsical feel. The planters are paint cans, which you can paint whichever colors go well with your space.
Grab some rectangular baskets in similar sizes to get started with this vertical garden project. They’re all attached by rope and then hung outside. Vertical gardens can really be made out of the simplest of items.
Here a planter box is built and then hung on the wall to make a small vertical garden. For less than $10 you can build this cute planter that’s going to look wonderful on your wall.
This simple garden trellis has been built from some wood and then painted a color that’s sure to impress. Paint cans are used for the actual planters, which hang by hooks on the frame.
Succulents are wonderful choices for vertical gardens since they don’t take as much soil as other plants and you can really fill a planter with them. This guide will teach you how to build a simple box to hold them in.
Here’s another felt pocket planter, but this one is a different shape. It’s been put together as a skinny vertical planter. This is perfect for a small space that you have anywhere outdoors.
A palette has been transformed into a free-standing vertical garden. You could really put this anywhere, the cute labels that have been added make it nice enough for a porch or patio.
This DIY vertical garden has a farmhouse-style written all over it. A rustic chicken wire frame is used as the base. Plants are put inside the mason jars and then they’re attached to the frame.
Be inspired to create your vertical garden out of something truly original, like what’s been done here. Lampshades have been disassembled and then put together again with some chains to form a hanging garden.
This vertical garden is also free-standing, making it easy to move anywhere. If you have plants that need to be moved into the shade for a while each day, this might be a great solution.
2’x4′ lumber has been used to create a vertical garden that can be hung on the wall. There’s a planter available as well as some shelves where pots can sit. You can put this anywhere, but it would look great above a potting bench.
This DIY vertical garden is truly one-of-a-kind. Succulents are placed to fill and overflow out of a picture frame. The frame is then hung, creating a vertical garden for all your succulents.
Almost anything can be made with a few wood pallets, and here a vertical garden is built using one. It serves as the base for the pots that are attached to the pallets with hose clamps.
This DIY vertical garden is going to give you more than enough room to grow some strawberries. It holds around 30 strawberry plants with its three planter boxes. It can be left unfinished like shown here or painted for a different look.
This vertical garden is used for vegetables and herbs. The containers are soda bottles, each holding a plant. This a wonderful way to create a garden that you love for less.
Go up, up, up with this vertical garden that you have to see to believe. It’s made up of several terra cotta pots that are set at various angles. It’s an interesting look and would work wonderfully with flowers.