DIY Vertical Gardening

DIY vertical gardening is not as difficult as you may think. Particularly for gardeners faced with a lack of gardening space, the rewards of vertical gardening are significant. To put it simply, growing your garden vertically is the best way to maximize space. Vertical gardening allows you to grow more of whatever you want to grow and best of all you grow with a sense of style and flare.

If you are wondering how to build a vertical garden, one of the easiest way is to use a vertical gardening kit, such as the diy Flower Tower freestanding planter.

Flower Tower vertical planter

 

The Flower Tower allows you to make towers of blooming flower or herbs that can be placed practically anywhere, including decks, patios, porches or on the interior. The Flower Tower stands 3' tall and can  hold 30 standard nursery sized plants. 

Another great option for the diy vertical gardener is the Pamela Crawford planter. The Pamela Crawford planter is an all-in-one vertical gardening kit that stands 35" tall. Made of rustproof heavy gauge steel wire, it is a perfect exterior planter.

Pamela Crawford Vertical Planter

But there is no need to limit your vertical gardening ideas to the stand type planters. You can buiild a vertical wall garden using the Bright Green Grovert wall planter.

Bright Green Grovert Wall planter

 

The Bright Green Grovert planter features 10 planting cells and a built in irrigation system that is hidden by the frame. Gardeners can use the Bright Green to frame their plants as one would frame a work of art.

Desiging your own do it yourself vertical garden is both rewarding and easy using a vertical gardening kit. Gardeners with limited space no longer have any excuses when they can easily plant a wide variety of flower or herbs using a vertical garden.