8 Vertical Garden Ideas and Designs

Spread the love

8 Vertical Garden Ideas and Designs :- In order to stimulate your creative thinking and get your creative juices flowing, one of the most effective ways to do so is to research a number of themes linked to vertical gardening. Vertical gardening is a growing trend that is becoming increasingly popular.

 

Advertisement

8 Vertical Garden Ideas and Designs

You will find that these great do-it-yourself vertical garden designs will serve as a source of inspiration for you if you are seeking for ideas for hanging gardens, wall-mounted planters, vertical containers, or vine supports.

If you are interested in developing your own vertical garden, you can find more information here. Whether you are looking for ideas for hanging gardens, vertical containers, or climbing plants, this is something that you should keep in mind.

Advertisement

 

1. Hanging Cone Planters

This creative idea for a vertical garden puts a contemporary spin on the traditional hanging baskets. These gorgeous hanging cone planters swirl and whirl in the wind, which is something that I just adore. It is the length of the thread that determines how much movement they possess.

Advertisement

Dangling them from the ceiling of a porch, hanging them from the branches of huge trees, or suspending them from a deck or pergola are all excellent options. It is possible to plant them alongside your preferred flowers or utilize them for growing herbs, like I did in this particular instance. They also make for entertaining do-it-yourself presents!

 

Advertisement

Also see : Grilled Artichoke Hearts – Learn with Experts

 

Advertisement

2. Large Self-Standing Living Art

This lovely easel that stands on its own blends art and utility to produce a one-of-a-kind piece of living art that will look absolutely stunning in your garden. The most wonderful aspect is that, because it is always expanding, your living artwork will never remain unchanged for an extended period of time.

As a delightful way to welcome guests into the yard, you might place it at the entrance of a path or gate. Alternatively, you may utilize it to revitalize a dull area of your deck or patio by transforming it into an intriguing topic of conversation.

Advertisement

 

3. Antique Ladder Hanging Planter

I really like the way that antique ladders look, which is a motif that is now fashionable in interior decorating. For this reason, I created one to function as a vertical hanging planter.

Advertisement

In addition to being affordable, this reproduction of an old ladder is quite simple to construct. I stuffed the planters with a variety of colourful herbs, but you could use them to cultivate any little plants you prefer, such as succulents, strawberries, or salad greens.

 

Advertisement

4. Upcycled Living Picture Frame

It is no longer the case that picture frames are just used for exhibiting photographs of our loved ones. This idea is an excellent method to upcycle outdated photo frames, which is a concept that has grown quite popular in recent times about living image frames.

Second-hand shops and yard sales are great places to look for used photo frames because they are readily available and may be found in plenty. The presence of live picture frames that have been planted with succulents is not uncommon. In order to give myself a new experience, I decided to plant mine with herbs and salad greens respectively.

Advertisement

 

5. Simple Vertical Wall Pockets

Vertical wall pockets are an excellent way to breathe new life into a dull fence or blank wall, and the process of creating them does not have to be difficult because they are so simple. A lovely vertical wall pocket is the perfect solution for any place that is limited in size.

Advertisement

When hung on a fence or embellishing the railing of a deck or balcony, they produce a charming and adorable appearance. The colorful herbs that I planted were the ones that I used, but if you wish, you could also use flowers or succulents instead.

 

Advertisement

6. DIY Living Vertical Wall

Adding living walls to your garden is not only a beautiful feature, but it also expands the range of plants you can cultivate. Although it would be fantastic to construct a big vertical wall garden on an entire wall or fence, the majority of people are not able to do so because it is not financially feasible.

In order to accomplish this, I devised a miniature version of a vertical living wall that can be constructed by basically anyone. The ideal location for cultivating tiny veggies, succulents, herbs, or flowers, this one can be installed on an exterior wall or fence and is ideal for its versatility.

Advertisement

 

7. Stacked Pots Tower Garden

If you are anything like me, you probably have more garden pots in the garage gathering dust than you would willingly admit to having. If you have extra planters, what could be a better way to put them to use than by constructing a tower garden with stacked pots?

Advertisement

Making this stacked pot garden is not only simple, but it also comes at a very low cost because it makes use of planters that you already possess. When placed on a deck or patio, on the front step, or anyplace else in the garden, it displays an absolutely stunning appearance.

 

Advertisement

8. Planter Box With Trellis

It is possible to add height to any area of your garden by utilizing raised planter boxes that are equipped with a trellis, such as the one seen below. Due to the fact that this particular design incorporates a bottom, it is also possible to install the box on your deck or patio.

Despite the fact that this is a little self-contained garden, the trellis that is built in allows you to cultivate even more plants. The front of the trellis should be occupied by shorter plants such as salad greens, flowers, or peppers, and your preferred vining plants should be trained to climb up the trellis.

Advertisement

 

Advertisement

Author

  • JASMINE GOMEZ

    Jasmine Gomez is the Wishes Editor at Birthday Stock, where she cover the best wishes, quotes across family, friends and more. When she's not writing for a living, she enjoys karaoke and dining out more than she cares to admit. Who we are and how we work. We currently have seven trained editors working in our office to produce top-notch content that you can rely on. All articles are published according to the four-eyes principle: After completion of the raw version, the texts are checked by (at least) one other editor for orthographic and content accuracy.

    View all posts

Spread the love

Leave a Comment