There is nothing more welcoming than coming home to rooms filled with plants and flowers.
Especially, a vibrant, plant-filled vertical garden.
They are so visually-appealing.
Plants lift my mood and titillate my senses.
Plus, plants are always a great way to help improve the air quality in your home.
How to Make a DIY Vertical Garden
House plants are great options for your home if you’re looking to spruce up empty spaces or to
add more vibrant color to a room.
Plants always make a great addition to shelves and tabletops, but what do you do when you don’t
have any room in either of those spaces.
That’s exactly the problem I face — living in an urban apartment with limited space for plants.
Most surfaces in my small apartment are already covered with the trinkets and treasures I have
culled from many years of traveling,
collecting and cherishing meaningful mementos.
Not sure where to add yet another item in a home that’s filled to the brim?
Even a beautiful plant?
Well, has a fun DIY that can help solve that issue: a DIY vertical garden.
Their simple guide includes only four easy steps to get you the vertical garden of your dreams

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The video below shows you just how simple it is to create a DIY vertical garden in your own home.

This project is an attractive and practical option for anyone who wants to add extra plant space
in a more modern way.

Choosing Plants for Your Vertical Garden

When selecting plants for your , consider which blooms will thrive in the elements
where your vertical garden will be displayed.
Keep in mind the amount of sunlight the space will get and whether it’s indoors or out.
Trailing vines that hang out of their metal pots will make for an attracive vertical garden.
Consider planting herbs in the kitchen or choose smaller succulents that require minimal upkeep.
It is also very important consider the weight of the plants; avoid any large or heavy greenery.
Here are a few good plants to choose from:

  • English Ivy
  • Geranium
  • Succulents
  • Fresh Herbs
  • Golden Pothos
  • White Marble Pothos
  • Dracaena
  • Boston Fern
  • Bird’s Nest Fern


Ready to Do It Yourself?

Use this easy to follow infographic as a handy guide and you’ll be admiring your new vertical garden in no time at all.

DIY vertical garden infographic

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I’d love to know if you decide to make your own vertical garden and how it turned out.
What types of plants did you choose?
Please share your experiences with us in the comments below.