An increasingly current trend, the vertical garden, invites itself outside as well as inside. It is essential to the city and the countryside for one simple reason: the gain of place.
By taking advantage of the vertical dimension, we gain even more space. Some cultures adapt very well to a small space and live very well in a vertical vegetable garden. If you want to know how to achieve a successful vertical garden, we invite you to discover our selection of 75 examples of vertical gardens.
Vertical garden in modern interior kitchen
It should be noted that the vertical garden technique does not apply to all fruits and vegetables. Some require a significant depth of land. The vertical vegetable garden is ideal for small crops and plants aromatics. At the vegetable level, you can grow salads, cherry tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic and others. At the fruit level, strawberries adapt most easily. Regular watering is necessary, as is the case with potted plants. Sometimes the soil dries out quickly enough. Finally, consider ensuring your garden a sunny location.
Kitchen with small vertical garden
The pocket vegetable garden is one of the most productive examples. A large number of plants live very well with the conditions of this type of plantation. You can turn your old fabric shoe rack into rows of buckets to plant seedlings .. A vertical garden can be installed on the balcony, terrace and in kitchens. To get a cascade of greenery, it will simply stack 5 pots increasing size. Wooden pallets are perfect for creating an original green wall. Several objects can be used to create a real mural masterpiece. With cans or bottles, you can create a modern breeze view with colorful plant touches.
Modern living room with pretty vertical vegetable garden
Cultivating vegetables in pots and then hanging them up on a structure is also a possibility, close to the kitchen garden. You can also use cans. Do not forget to pierce them at the bottom. An original idea of recovery is the reuse of plastic bottles. You can cut them in half and then suspend them with ropes. Avoid transparent plastic bottles because in general the roots of plants do not like light.
White interior kitchen with vertical wooden kitchen garden
Vegetable gardens balconnières are perfect for aromatic plants. To make a vertical garden, simply superimpose them. In this way, you will optimize the space. Another idea, very original, is the vegetable garden on a pallet of wood. The new trend of making furniture with pallets is here too! There are two ways to use a wooden palette to create a vertical vegetable garden: create pots in the palette or put the plants between the planks of the palette. You can also make a plant wall with plants and vegetables . The principle is a little more sophisticated than that of the wooden pallet. Finally, if it is your outdoor garden, a great idea is the climbing vegetables. A very simple principle that only requires the selection of climbing plants or growing in height such as beans, peas, tomatoes and others.
Vertical garden with palette of colored wood in red
Large vertical garden
Contemporary interior with large plant wall
Vertically stacked flower beds
Original DIY idea with jars of jam
Fabric shoe rack transformed into a vertical kitchen garden
Green wall in an interior
Wooden planters stacked on a window