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37 good ideas to create your own vertical garden

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You don't need to be a professional gardener to be able to enjoy creating some seriously stylish green space. You don't even need a huge amount of garden if you opt for a vertical installation.

You may not have heard about vertical gardens before, so we're going to change that today by showing you 37 amazing examples, which we're confident will inspire you to design and install your own. 

You won't believe how many different styles and ideas that there are to choose from, so take a look at these and see which will suit your outdoor space the best!

1. Mimic the symmetry with large floor planters

2. Use upcycled house objects as easy backdrops

12. Black borders will define the installation

14. A rustic metal frame is ideal for adding multiple pots

15. Natural wood and terracotta look perfect together

16. Multiple small pots could be used to create a herb garden

17. Pallet planks make ideal cheap mounting points

18. Trailing plant varieties will cover up a bland wall

19. Don't be afraid to really pack the plants in!

20. Evergreens will ensure your installation looks good all year round

21. Go the extra mile and paint the wall a bright, complementary colour

23. Mount your vertical garden near a tap to make upkeep easier

24. Keep the rest of your space simple to make your plants the focus

25. A rustic wall would look great with multiple plaque planters

26. Create a real statement with multiple artistic planters

28. Add some colour with flowering varieties of plants

29. Glass planters really add to a minimal aesthetic

30. Rustic wooden items can make great makeshift planters

31. Wide, multi-textural installations look amazing

32. Use absorbent backing material to ensure constant hydration

33. Ladder backgrounds will encourage upward growth

34. Make sure you choose plants that won't overrun the installation

35. One plant is all you need if you choose something eye-catching

36. Dangling plants emphasise the height of your wall

37. Interject natural stone for a natural look

For more garden inspiration, take a look at this Ideabook: These 19 gardens will make you want to improve yours.

Which idea(s) would you most like to use?
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