20+ Creative DIY Vertical Gardens For Your Home

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Now is the perfect time to grow your plants. Whether you live in an apartment or have a small yard that doesn’t seem to be large enough for a garden, here is a great space saving solution for you: make vertical gardens! If you can’t go horizontally, just go vertically. Vertical gardens do not require much space. In addition, they can be made in various designs to suit your needs. Here we have collected more than 20 creative DIY vertical gardens that are easy for you to implement this spring. You can grow flowers, vegetables, or have your own herb gardens. Not only will these vertical gardens save you a lot of space, but they are also unique and decorative pieces to beautify your garden, backyard or porch. Hopefully these will be inspirational for you to design your own vertical gardens. Enjoy!

01.  DIY Stackable Herb Tower

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Unlike other garden tower projects which require nailing and drilling, this one turns out pretty easy and practical. Just stack different sizes of flower pots on top of each other. The inner pot in each layer is inverted as the base to support the outer pot for the upper layer. A great space-saving solution thanks to its vertical planting structure. DIY Tutorial via Martha Stewart

02. DIY Strawberry Tower from PVC Pipe

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A PVC strawberry tower is an innovative and fun way to grow lots of strawberries on limited yard spaces. It also works on a patio or deck where can you grow it on a plant pot. (DIY Tutorial via Urban Green Space)

03. DIY Vertical Pallet Garden on the Balcony

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If you have a small balcony but still want to grow a lot of plants in the limited space, here’s the solution for you. Find a pallet and make this vertical pallet garden! (DIY Tutorial via Life On The Balcony)

04. Cinder Block Succulent Outdoor Planter

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This is a smart and inexpensive way to add wall planter feature to your backyard. I like the different varieties of succulents. (Photos and Tutorial via Apartment Therapy, Apartment Therapy, Urban Gardens)

05. Build a Vertical Herb Spiral Garden

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This spiral garden design looks really unique and elegant. It’s perfect for growing lots of herbs in limited space. (DIY Tutorial via The Micro Gardener)

06. DIY Simple Vertical Planter Structure

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This vertical planter garden looks so unique and pretty, like a staircase. You can customize it by adding wheels on the legs so that the planter can be moved around to receive more sunlight. (DIY Tutorial via Ruffles and Truffles)

07. DIY Vertical Pyramid Tower Garden Planter

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If you can’t go horizontally, then go vertically. This pyramid garden tower is the perfect example to give you extra gardening space for growing fresh plants. (DIY Tutorial via RemoveandReplace)

08. DIY Garden Planter & Bird Bath

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Add a colorful touch to your garden with this vertical garden planter and bird bath. (DIY Tutorial via Home Stories A to Z)

09. DIY Succulent Wreath

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Decorate your door or wall with this stunning succulent wreath. (DIY Tutorial viaOur Fairfield Home & Garden)

10. DIY Living Wall

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Make this stunning outdoor living wall to grow herbs, succulents and many more. (DIY Tutorial via Dremel Weekends, Ana White)

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