Have you ever found yourself binge-watching HGTV in awe of the sprawling landscapes and gardens? It really is enough to make anyone fall into serious garden envy. When the sting of garden envy has you down, it’s time to look up! I’ve compiled some amazing DIY vertical planter ideas that even the TV gurus might be jealous of.
Easy Garden Obelisk
This DIY obelisk is perfect for those plants that love to climb. Requiring only about 2 feet of ground space, for a cost of about $20 and a free afternoon, you’ll have a stairway to heaven for a gorgeous rose bush or ivy. This beauty can also be used as a tomato cage, if it’s homegrown flavor you crave. Printable measurements and instructions can be found here.
DIY Living Wall Planter
You know the blank wall you haven’t found the perfect piece of decor for? There’s a planter for that. A splash of green matches everything. The health benefits of bringing plants inside is an added bonus with this take on vertical planting. Pretty Handy Girl gives the full tutorial.
DIY Wall Planter with Succulents
Succulents are beautiful, trendy, and amazing because…low maintenance. Shanty 2 chic will teach you how to put together this gorgeous planter that is sure to be a conversation starter.
Vertical Gardening: Plant a Kitchen Spice Rack
Farmers beware, this spice rack isn’t just for organizing the pantry. From herbs and spices to lettuce and strawberries, this planter allows enough space for some homegrown goodness without taking up the whole backyard. With a supply list just four items long, this is a great way to add garden-fresh goodies to the menu. Find out how here.
DIY Plant Pockets
If you needed a reason to head out to the craft store, I’m here to deliver. These plant pockets are adorable! They may even be a fun craft to involve the kiddos with. Add a splash of color and your favorite succulent and these planters will add a modern twist to any space.
DIY Copper PVC Wall Planter
PVC pipes aren’t just for plumbers anymore. If it’s a little more of an industrial vibe you’re after, this gorgeous copper wall planter is a perfect way to bring the outside in. You don’t even need a license or permit to rig this setup, just a little guidance from Craft Bits.
Trellis Vertical Container Garden
Grow your own food from a balcony or wherever you have a spot to prop this trellis. Better home and gardens offers this option for container gardening that is not only functional, but easy on the eyes.
Burlap Hanging Basket
Hanging baskets are great to catch the eye and dress up an outdoor space with a low price tag. It’s time to repurpose those Easter baskets that have been sitting in the back of the closet! These are great for flowers or even taking container gardening to new heights.
PVC Pipe Vertical Garden
Who knew plumbing supplies could be so useful? These PVC elbow joints paired with a fence board make the perfect vertical herb garden. Head over to The Kim Six Fix to learn how.
If you’re ready to take vertical gardening to the next level, this aquaponic setup is sure to do it for you. Mediamatic walks you through setting up this mini-ecosystem that is sure to be the coolest addition to the living room, ever.
Vertical Box Planter
If you have a little more time to spend in your DIY adventure, this vertical planter offers a generous amount of growing space. C.R.A.F.T. walks you through the steps to building this gorgeous stacked box planter that is sure to yield some amazing homegrown veggies or serve as a beautiful floral display.
DIY Garden Planter & Bird Bath
This combo vertical planter is sure to have the neighbors flocking to see your newest addition. A couple of weekends perusing garage sales could land you with the supplies needed for this creation. If garage sales aren’t your thing, your local hardware store will have the necessary tools for this planter that doubles as a garden sculpture. Find out what you need and how to put it all together, here.
Want to grow more plants in your home? Check out the 10 Indoor succulent planting ideas with tutorials.
What do you think about these ideas? Let us know your favorite in the comments.