Do you have limited space but want to create a garden? These unique DIY Vertical Gardening Ideas are the best way to grow plants in a limited space!
Don’t let the limited space of your urban apartment stop the gardener inside you! Here are some exciting DIY Vertical Gardening Ideas that you can try. They are also super easy to implement!
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1.Wooden Vertical Garden
With an inbuilt watering system, this wooden vertical garden arrangement is the best way to grow your favorite plants and herbs. More details here!
2. Layered Vertical Garden
The hanging arrangement of the layered structure makes this easy to install and remove. The cedar frame and parts make it attractive to look at!
3. Soda Bottles Vertical Garden
Do you have empty soda bottles? Use them creatively by planting herbs and plants and hang them on your balcony or patio! More details here!
4. Vertical Garden Kits
Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry! These kits will come in handy. Just install them on walls, and you’re good to go to plant your favorite plants!
5. Wicking Pots Garden
How about having plants in rows in your balcony? Sounds interesting? Using a polypipe system, you can easily make one for yourself!
6. Tall Structure Vertical Garden
You can convert the limited space in your yard to a hanging garden by employing different structures! Sounds like something you should try? Click here!
7.Upside Down Soda Bottles Vertical Garden
Soda bottles are surprisingly good at growing plants! Just hang them upside down on the wall of your choice. The cap, with a hole, is going to provide good drainage too!
8. Wooden Plank Vertical Garden
How about turning your living room’s wall into a vertical garden masterpiece? Just a few wooden slabs, metal hangers, and plants are all you need! Details for one of the most unique DIY vertical gardening ideas are here!
9. Vertical Garden Pyramid Tower
This pyramid tower is the best way to utilize a limited place to grow plants! The Cedar Wood construction makes it robust, and when planted fully, it’ll look like one big, green tree!
10. Self-Watering Vertical Garden
11. Hanging Baskets
Grow your favorite flowers in the hanging basket on your balcony! What’s more! You can also make a frame and hang your planters there! Click here for more info!
12. Vertical Garden Wall
Your garden fence can be a great spot to grow flowers in boxes! Construct five small crates using the help here, and you can have yourself a beautiful, vertical garden!
13. Mini Herb Planter
It might look like a little ladder, but it can be used to plant your favorite herbs to use them fresh in the kitchen! Want to make one? Click here!
14. Pallet Vertical Herb Garden
Have unused pallet skids? Don’t throw them away and utilize them into creating this innovative vertical garden arrangement!
15. Metal Gutters Vertical Garden
Just bolt 2-3 metal gutters on the wall to grow your favorite succulents! To copy this idea, click here!
16. Hanging Pocket Shoe Garden
This not only works for limited space but also keeps your plants safe from your pets! All you need is a pocket shoe organizer, pole, and attachments!
17. Wooden Pot Hanger
A stylish yet simple solution to grow plants in an urban apartment! For more details on the project, click here!
18. Wooden Steps Planter
The unique design of this planter makes it perfect for condo-sized balconies! It has removable boxes and best for growing herbs and flowers.
19. Wooden Pallet Vertical Garden
This rusty planter can be made using wooden pallets, staple guns, landscaping fabric, and potting soil!
20. Suspended Vertical Garden
Put posts, nail a wire across and hang metal buckets with plants in them! Isn’t this n amazing way to utilize limited space! Click here for more details!
21. White Boxes Minimalistic Planter
What an elegant way to use the corner of your porch to grow plants using a frame with beautiful-looking white boxes!
22. Colorful Hanging Pots
One of the most simple solutions to grow plants! Just hang multiple, colorful pots to your fence or wall and grow your favorite flowers in them! For more details, click here!
23. Wooden Pole Planter
Construct a towering pole using some wood planks to hang pots! You can also use the bottom part to grow your favorite flower! This one is surely one of the best DIY vertical gardening ideas on the list!
24. Growroom Vertical Garden
This grow vertical room garden might take little space but offers too much greenery for the same! This can be a great addition to your urban living room!
25. Cedar Wall Planter
Cedar not only looks great but offers a long life too! Few cedar planks, drill, and miter saw is all you need to make this one!
26. Mini Pallet Garden
A little wall is all you need to have this beautiful pallet garden! Hang steel containers to grow the plant of your choice in them!
27. Vertical Window Garden
Using these soda bottles, you can grow your favorite herbs on your kitchen window vertically and have them fresh every time whenever you need! Details here!
28. Upcycled Rainbow Pallet Flower Garden
Perhaps the simplest to make, you just need to hammer wooden planks, paint them in rainbow shades, and hang your favorite plants in pots! Click here for info!
29. Multicolor Mini Garden
This wood plank boxes idea, complete with multiple color shades, can be a great addition to your balcony!
30. Palette Herb Garden
Using palettes, paint, hose clamps, pots, and soil, you can easily create one for yourself and hang it on the wall of your choice and showcase your favorite plants!
31. Colorful Vertical Planters
Make your plants picture-perfect by growing them in a frame! Creativity cannot be better than this!
32. Hanging Windowsill Herb Planter
A beautiful vertical garden for your patio will transform the look and also going to offer the right place for you to grow different plants in one place!
33. Hanging Trellis Planter
Make a frame of trellis and hang metal buckets to grow plants. This can be a welcoming addition to your porch! For more details, click here!
34. Hanging Succulent Garden
Attractive pots, suspended on a bundle of cotton clothesline cord and brass snap hook, can make add a touch of class to your kitchen! Details are here!
35. Hanging Gutter Planter and Stand
Using vinyl gutters and boards, you can grow your favorite herb right by your kitchen to have an unlimited supply! It also looks super nice!
36. Wooden Planks Box Garden
You can never go wrong with this tried and trusted vertical planter! Easy to make and equally easy to deploy, this one never goes out of style!
37. Miniponics Planter
Quite unique to look at, this arrangement is best for the living room and balcony. All you need is a PET bottle, bamboo, and some rope to make this miniponics planter!
38. Mason Jar Wall Garden
Frame a wall with wooden planks and use multiple mason jars to grow the plants of your choice! It can be made on any wall!
39. Painted Wood Planter
Using pallets, Moroccan tile stencil, and paint, you can create a beautiful backdrop on which pots can be hanged to grow plants! More details here!
40. PVC Pipe Vertical Garden
A material as simple as a PVC pipe can be used to create a planter! Stick PVC elbows on a wooden plank using a glue gun, and you have a little space ready to grow plants!
41. Bottle Tower Gardening
Tall plastic bottles are one of the most cost-effective ways to grow plants. The hole in the cap beneath ensures the plants get proper drainage as well!
42. Cedar Vertical Tiered Ladder Garden
Have minimal space? Don’t worry! This ladder garden, made from cedar fence pickets, is a great way to grow plants and costs just $20!
43. Vertical Chicken Wire Planter
Make a basket of chicken wire roll on wooden planks, fill them with lots of moss, and you are ready to go! For more info, click here!
44. Hydroponic Vertical Garden
Growing 90-100 plants in less than 10 sq ft might sound absurd but not with this planter! Using help from here, you can make one for yourself easily!
45. Vertical Garden Mini Kit
Head on to this video to learn more about the vertical garden mini kit!
46. Mini Basket Hanging Garden
Sturdy, woven baskets can be a great alternative to pots! Tie them together with rope and hang them anywhere to have a mini hanging garden of your own!
47. Minimalistic Herb Garden
With contractor garbage bags, coco liner, gravel, and old mail sorter, you can make this minimalistic herb planter! For more details, click here!
48. Succulent Tower Planter
With the help of multiple tapered terra-cotta pots, you can create this beautiful planter to grow succulents! You can also paint it with a color of your choice!
49. Easy Succulent Wall Planters
Multiple wooden frames and beautiful-looking succulents inside look no less than an art in itself! Click here for all the info you need!
50. Indoor Wall Planter
Last but not least, this indoor planter can be easily made using old, galvanized buckets and hanging them on a wooden plank on the wall!