25 Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden Ideas | Soda Bottle Garden

These Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden Ideas will interest you if you are a creative person, DIY lover, and someone who loves to grow plants.

Repurpose old bottles using these Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden Ideas and grow your favorite plants either indoor or outdoor and help to save our environment.

Check out amazing bottle ideas to grow herbs here


Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden Ideas

1. Window Farm

diagram An indoor windowfarms allow the crops to take full advantage of the light and vertical space available at the windows. In this PDF, find all the instructions on how to build a Window Farm.

2. Plastic Bottles on Walls

Rosenbaum Follow this rare to find idea for growing small leafy vegetables and herbs. This plastic bottle vertical garden is made of by stringing the bottles horizontally in a grid along an interior wall, which is then filled up by substrate and herbs.

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3. Plastic Bottle Tower Garden

Tower Gardening A remarkable kitchen garden with plastic bottles with minimal means and efforts. It can be set up easily and does not require regular watering. Here is the tutorial with more images of it.

4. Growing Cactus in Hanging Plastic Bottles

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All you need are bottles cut in half, cactus plants or succulents, and many colorful threads to get a really cool decorative effect. Here is the complete tutorial.

5. Another Vertical Garden

Singapore Vertical Garden One more wonderful idea to make use of plastic bottles, more useful if you don’t have much space on the ground. Details are here.

6. Bottles Hanging on String

Container Gardening A hanging plastic bottle garden to optimize the vertical space. Check out this blog for all the details.

7. Inspiring Plastic Bottle Garden

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Plastic bottles are mounted on the wall to utilize the vertical space. Bushy and trailing plants like lettuces and strawberries hide the structure, creating a nice ‘green wall’ effect.

8. Hanging Soda Bottle Garden

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Another innovative and great-looking plastic bottle vertical garden. Bottles are hanging horizontally, attached to the strings.

9. Vertical Plastic Bottle Herb Garden

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All you need is some plastic bottles, hooks, nails, and you’re all set to grow your own herbs. Be sure to check out our post on balcony herb garden ideas to find out more ideas like that.

10. Hang Bottles with Strings

Hang multiple bottles using strings on a well-lit patio or balcony and grow your favorite herbs or salads in them.

11. Bottle Ladder Garden

Using a metal wire, you can tie bottles on the ladder of steps and grow plants. It is a great alternative for people who are short on space and can make this in their balconies.

12. Upside Down Bottle Tower

Hang multiple bottles upside down and create a green corner garden. This can be a wonderful addition to rooms that get plenty of sunlight.

13. Hang Bottles on Wire Fence

Do not let the open space on the fence go to waste and use it creatively by hanging plastic bottles to grow herbs and salads easily.

14. Self Watering Bottle Garden

A self-watering bottle garden is an ingenious way to grow herbs in a limited space. Just add soil to bottles, sow seeds and insert pipe for watering.

15. Hanging Bottle Garden

Use the empty space on the wall creatively and make a hanging bottle garden to grow different plants. You can also use an automated watering system too.

16. Bottles on the Shelf

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Hang wooden planks on the wall, make a hole in them to accommodate the neck of the bottles to keep them in place. Cut the bottom of the plastic bottles, add some soil, and you are ready to grow plants!

17. Plastic Bottle Flower Garden

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Cut old plastic bottles from the center and fill them with a rich potting medium to grow flowers of your choice. Hang them on the wall using strings for a spectacular display.

18. Decorated Plants on the wall With Used Bottles

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Old colored bottles of soda can make for a great display of plants. Use a fine rope to hang them and grow plants in their middle.

19. DIY Vertical Garden with Hanging Soda Bottles

Here’s an easy-to-make DIY to make an upside-down soda bottle garden. You can display it on any empty wall.

20. Plastic Bottle Garden Plants

If you don’t have a garden, you can still grow plants of your choice in soda bottles like this!

21. Colorful Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden

Here’s a detailed video showing how you can reuse the throwaway bottles, grow plants in limited space, and also conserve the water

22. Plants in Plastic Bottles

 

You can hang soda bottles in line on the wall and grow herbs or other plants in them with ease. For details, click here.

23. Grow Moss Rose in Soda Bottles

Very easy, cheap, and beautiful, you can grow moss rose in plastic bottles using the help of this video.

24. Hanging Garden With Plastic Bottles

Here’s an awesome idea to use the railings in your balcony by creating a hanging plastic bottle garden.

25. Moss Rose Tower With Plastic Bottles

This moss rose tower can be a great addition to any corner space. Here are all the details for the DIY.

23 COMMENTS

  1. Wow and wow! A solution to the garden space at my school. I am converting a former outside smoking area into a comunity garden with our alternatve middle school students & career vo-tech juniors & seniors. The majority are very interested in this joint project. We are limited with funds & donations. Thank you for these ideas we can use!

  2. Awesome ideas. Great ways to make a garden on your unused wall. Thank you for this helpful article i have been looking for an easy unexpensive way to plant at home.

  3. Interesting, informational,educational n worth replicating.As elders teaching youth, we find ur tips too helpful with our lessons as this is very practical way of teaching youth creativity.Thank u n more power!

    • It depends on the kind of plastic. Soda bottles are food grade plastic and will not leach into the soil or water, or they would not allow soda to be placed in it in the first place.

  4. Who knew? You can turn those leftover soda bottles into a vertical garden with some supplies and a bit of crafting skills. This is Do-It-Yourself (DIY) vertical gardening.

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