8 vertical garden DIYs for a pretty outdoor space
If you’re blessed with space for a garden, nothing like it, if not, do not panic! There is a boon called vertical gardens and we’re about to share some awesome ideas to help you build one.
Sprawling outdoors is a luxury not available to all. All you might have is a cosy balcony or pretty little veranda and vertical gardens are the real deal in such situations. Space economical and pretty, vertical gardens are easy to create and maintain, provided you have the dedication.
Take a look at these vertical garden DIYs from Pinterest – doable, space friendly, and chic.
Tell me one thing a mason jar cannot be used in! Nail a plank on your veranda wall or balcony, pot the plan you’ve always dreamt off; you can create vertical series of mason jars according to the space available. Easy and green!
If the veranda or poach is considerably tall, you got yourself a winner. Root it well with flowers of all kinds, colours, and shapes. Your personal flower wall to sit by read, chat, or just be!
A few planks should be enough. Construct a rough box, add soil in various boxes and plant every green shrub you can think off. Your balcony will never be the same again!
This one is my personal favourite. Portable, pretty, rustic, space friendly, easy to set up and you’re done. Place a ladder in any outdoor spot you selected, set a ladder and use pots with an edge or hooks, so they’re easy to settle.
If you’re a best out of waste kind of a person, this one is for you. Carve an opening in waste bottles. Fill it will soil and add the seeds of desired plants. Hang it on walls or place it like pots on the poach, you got yourself a pretty garden.
A few simple sticks, and bucks to hang from them – all your favourite plants organised on a vertical rack. If you have a narrow balcony you can always reduce a line of checkers. Pain the buckets with rustic colours for added charm.
You can find these basket stands in any around the corner shop. Use a waste jute bag as a base, pick your favourite ornamental plants and you got a pretty little vertical garden.
Literally. Get yourself a metal checkers rack, use the base to plant some money plants or any other creepers and they shall do rest of the job.
What say? Are you making a creating a vertical garden anytime soon? If you have some more ideas, let us know in the comments below.