You would be amazed at what you can do with limited expense when creating your modern vertical garden. Here are some of the great things you can do in the DIY and recycled range of vertical garden design.
Recycled Chest Of Drawers:
If you are planning to dump an old chest of drawers, don’t be so hasty. You can fill the drawers up with some healthy soil mix and stagger the drawers in a shelf-like manner. Pop any number of potted vertical garden plants on the top and you have yourself a ready-made vertical garden panel. You can even paint and decorate it to give it that extra bit of style.
These are easily accessible and many people make a living constructing furniture out of furniture pallets. To turn one into a vertical gardening system all you have to do is staple some landscaping fabric to the bottom and add soil.
These are cheap and can be easily attached to any wall or fence in your modern vertical garden. Simply add soil mix to each pocket and you are ready to go. This can be a brilliant one for a herb garden and indoor vertical garden as you can only fit one plant per pocket.
Old Wooden Ladder
When your old wooden ladder is starting to lose its reliability and getting a bit creaky, a great way to make sure it doesn’t go to waste is to bridge over the steps with some scrap wood to secure the structure and use the new platforms to house potted plants. Add a touch of colourful paint and decoratives to brighten it up too.
Recycled Plastic Bottles
We are always throwing plastic cool-drink and water bottles into recycling, but why not keep a collection to use as a vertical garden wall or fence. This idea is inspired by a Brazilian design firm called Rosenbaum, and they used this vertical garden idea across a large number of Brazilian homes during a series of makeovers of their houses. It works by cutting the bottles and hanging them horizontally with a clothesline and filling them with plants.
Budget friendly vertical garden ideas
If you have a little more room in the budget you can try some more inexpensive materials. If that is your taste then have a look at some of these vertical garden ideas.
If you have some old rain gutters that you are replacing then fantastic, otherwise this could be a little costly if you go with some nice rustic metal gutters for a vertical garden. We would recommend drilling some holes in the bottom of the guttering and perhaps use some landscaping fabric to contain the soil mix more efficiently.
Again, unless you are able to salvage these or have them lying around this could be pricey, but it looks amazing when done right. This idea looks great attached to a fence when it is a similar style and color wood, and it can either be suspended in the air or start from ground level.
A Leaning Bookshelf
This is another readymade option which looks like a great outdoor vertical garden in either a small or a big garden. It is possible to buy these from a lot of home stores or if you are handy at DIY you can make one yourself, so this could be either a small or large budget option to build a modern Vertical garden. If you are feeling adventurous you could even construct a wider version to have a more expanded vertical gardening system.
A vertical gardening systems that works in an efficient way while building a vertical garden design and ease to maintain and movable tool at your home is Sadabahar (Our Portable Vertical garden) This kind of setup is made like a tower space design for a garden tower vertical container. It helps in fertilizer of each plant in a better way. Due to movable features you can transfer your vertical garden tower to favorable climatic conditions. This vertical garden tower is available in two different colors White and Orange. Grab the deal with in budget at Urban plants