When it comes to space-saving designs, it seems that the vertical ones are always better than the horizontal. They take less space while being hanged on the walls. So, if you love plants and flowers, but don’t have a big garden or yard, or maybe you don’t even have one, you may consider making some vertical garden. This type of gardening use various resources to allow plants to extend upward rather than grow along the surface of the garden. Today, we are bringing to you 10 Creative Vertical Gardens You Can Easily DIY and thus beautify your home, yard or balcony.
These DIY projects are so easy to be done and they won’t cost you much. Most of them can be made by recycling some staff that you already have at home, like tin cans, mason jars, palettes etc. Check them out and choose which one you will try to do.
DIY Pallet Living Wall
There are so many versatile ways to recycle old wooden palettes and one of them can be to create a living wall or a vertical garden. The green plants can reduce stress, purify the air and increase the well being, so what can stop you from making one such wallpart of your home decor.
DIY Vertical Garden
Another way to use palettes for making vertical garden, can be to cut them to pieces and make a hole in them for placing pots. Use a rope to connect them and hang them on the wall.
DIY Pallet Planter
And here is one more idea of how you can make a pallet planter.
DIY Hanging Basket Garden
Besides palettes, you can use some baskets to make a hanging garden. Here is a step-by-step tutorial of how to do it.
DIY Paint Can Herb Garden
As we have already said, you can use tin cans to create a vertical garden. Find out how to do it on the link below the photo.
DIY Mason Jar Herb Garden
Or if you have some extra mason jars at home and don’t know what to do with them, you may try to do this mason jar herb garden.
DIY Hanging Garden
Here is one more great idea of how to make a hanging garden with the use of rope, pine boards and flower pots. Check out the link below the photo to get to the full tutorial.
Easy DIY Vertical Garden For The Kitchen
Another way to make a vertical garden garden is to hang some pots with Command Hooks on the side of the kitchen cabinet. The best thing about the Command Hooks is that you can easily remove them when you decide you don’t want the vertical garden anymore.
DIY Concrete Modular Geometric Wall Planters
This project may be more difficult than the other ones, but it is for sure a good one. The best thing about it is that the pieces can be moved in the way you like and thus create a different wall decoration.
DIY Magnetic Hexagon Planters
And one more way to make a vertical garden is to hang some planters on a metal surface by using magnets.
So, which one of the above DIY Vertical Gardens you would try to do? Tell us in the comments and of course, don’t forget to stay up to date with our content to find many other creative projects to do in your free time.