Plant your vertical herb garden in shelf slanted against a sunny wall.
For an attractive and practical screen and vertical herb garden, fix a sturdy wire mesh to a decorative frame. Plant your herbs in terracotta pots and arrange them to your preference.
Build a freestanding planter pyramid to grow a mobile vertical herb or vegetable garden.
Hang five wooden planks evenly apart along two lines of rope. Drill holes large enough to sit terracotta pots in. Plant the pots up with your favourite herbs and enjoy a hanging herb garden.
One person’s trash is another person’s vertical garden, recycle your plastic bottles into an inexpensive creative vertical herb planter.
Try planting up and mounting Mason jars with herbs for a quick, easy and attractive little vertical herb garden. Be careful not to overwater there is no place for water to drain from these containers.
sand down and repaint an old wooden pallet. Stand it upright and arrange your herbs on different surfaces. Make sure it is nice and sturdy, the plants will get heavy when you water them.
Arrange pots around a sturdy metal rod through their drainage holes. The idea is to have it look like they are about to fall over. This is a quick and easy little vertical garden that promises plenty of herbs in a small space.
Stack square planters to form a wall with pockets in which you can plant your herbs. This makes for an interesting planter and saves lots of space.
One of the more common methods used in the vertical gardening scene, these pockets ensure your wall is safe from water damage. They are affordable widely available and one of the easier ways of approaching vertical herb gardening.