Vertical gardening is the best way to grow more in less space. We have brought you some innovative vertical gardening ideas.
1. Using bottles
Empty soda cans can be used for so many things. For example, you could plant herbs inside them or hang them from your balconies or railings.
2. A Suspended Garden
Tie a wire between two poles for support and hang small plant pots on the wire.
3. Colorful Hanging Pots
Hang colorful pots on walls, fences, or balcony railings and grow the plants in them.
4. Vertical Garden on the Window
With these bottles, you'll be able to grow your favorite herb vertically in your kitchen windows.
5. Use Trellis to Hang plant pots
Create a frame of wood or metal and hang plants on the frame. It's an easy way to add some greenery to your balcony.
6. Vertical garden using mason jars
Make a frame out of wooden boards and attach mason jars to them to grow plants.
7. A vertical garden made from PVC pipes
You don't need any fancy equipment to make planters out of PVC pipes. Just use a glue stick to attach PVC elbow joints onto a wooden board and grow plants in the space available in the PVC elbow.
8. Hanging bottlesupside-down
Bottles can be used in many ways to create a vertical garden. You can hang them upside down and use them as a planter.
9. Hanging Baskets
Grow your favorite plants in the hanging baskets on your balconies. You can also make frames and hang them to add extra beauty.
10. Ladder planter garden
If you don't have enough space for a traditional plant bed, you can use a ladder planter and make use of vertical space. It is an innovative method that also beautifies the garden.
11. Layered Vertical Garden
It's easy to assemble and disassemble. In addition, the wood used for the frame gives it an appealing appearance.
12. Pyramid vertical garden
This vertical planter can hold many small plants. A pyramid garden is suitable for flowers, succulents, strawberries, and other plants.
13. Tower with flower pots
You can create a beautiful flower tower using some wires and a pot. Grow colorful flowering plants to enhance their beauty.
14. Vertical garden using Kitchen garden
Use old racks and shelves in your vertical garden to grow small plants. You can grow succulents, herbs, and also some tiny flowering plants.
15. Step vertical garden
Step vertical garden is easy to build and gives you lots of growing space. You could create any number of steps and add containers to them. Rectangular planters are perfect for this.
Dr. Vandana K.