10 Wall Garden Ideas
I have been stretching my green thumb quite a bit and while I am quite proud of my flowers, herbs and vegetables growing in the backyard, I really want to try some wall gardening. There are some truly amazing examples out there and each one inspires me even more. Here are my favorite examples of wall gardens.
10 Wall Gardens
Shannon Eileen has a great way to add a splash of color by spray painting terra cotta pots and mounting them to your fence for an eye-catching Off the Wall Suspended Garden.
This is stunning. Buy a garden frame, or if you are handy, make one yourself for a great piece of living wall art – a Vertical Succulent Garden. And succulents are rather easy to care for.
If you have been on Pinterest at all (if not, what are you waiting for), then I am sure you have seen all the amazing ways to recycle pallets. A Pallet Garden would be a great way to go vertical with your gardening.
This is so rustic and awesome. Mason jars and old wood used to grow your very own Wall Herb Garden. This would make a great statement piece in your kitchen – and very useful!
If you are feeling a little less DIY, then check out these Vertical Planters from Plants on Walls. Space-saving and functional. And these claim to be mold-resistant which is definitely something to consider.
These DIY Wall Garden Terrariums are shown as an option for wedding favors (adorable) but they would make a great addition to a nursery or bathroom wall.
A Mom Having Fun has some really cute examples of using items around your house as planters for wall gardens – tin cans, rain boots! and more.
Design Sponge has more detailed instructions on using an old wooden pallet to create a gorgeous wall garden.
Another option if you prefer more instant gratification is this Metal Wall Planter from Pottery Barn. It comes with metal rings to attach your pots to, which frees up more garden floor space for that backyard party you are planning to throw this Summer.
The Telegraph has an article with great tips for growing your vegetables vertically and what things you should consider before planting.
Have you had any success with a wall garden? We’d love to see pictures!