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37 ways to create your own vertical garden

Amy Buxton Amy Buxton
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Vertical gardens are a great way to inject some green space into your home, even if you have very little outdoor room and we think that we've found some absolutely amazing varieties to inspire you to create your own! As a fabulous added bonus, you don't even need to be a particularly proficient gardener in order to maintain a vertical installation, as they essentially just look after themselves, PLUS they can be brought inside your home too! The possibilities with these fabulous little patches of greenery are seemingly endless, so let's take a look at some beautiful examples and start dreaming up our own!

11. Try your hand at nurturing delicate blooms.

15. Terracotta and wood are a perfect combination.

20. Use a variety of different plants for texture.

23. Mount your garden near a tap for easy watering.

24. Draping plants make so much more of a plain wall.

25. Numerous small installations look so well considered.

26. Choose plants with brightly coloured flowers.

28. Mirror the plants you have elsewhere for a cohesive look.

29. Glass planters are INCREDIBLE! Perfect for mini desertscapes!

30. Repurpose old wooden items as new planters.

31. A semi-indoor space will accept vertical gardens with no hesitation.

33. Bright flowers have a huge impact on a plain wall.

34. Opt for evergreens to keep the gorgeous look all year!

35. Cover the backing in an absorbent material to maintain hydration.

36. You don't need a lot of plants to create a fabulous aesthetic.

37. Think totally and always consider bamboo!

For more garden inspiration, take a look at this Ideabook: 9 creative ways to design a small balcony.

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