20+ Vertical Vegetable Garden Ideas


Vertical gardens can be an alternative to insufficient space in your yard. Spring is fast approaching, so soon you can start to prepare your garden to cultivate vegetables and herbs. But if you want to have a wide variety of vegetables you will need to find a way to cultivate them. Well if you do not find any solution, here are some practical ideas of how you can grow them in containers in various vertical gardens that you can place in your yard, without additional costs. You can use all containers you have available at the time, such as metal buckets plastic barrels in which you have collected rainwater. By setting up your own vertical garden, you will see how easy it is to cultivate your vegetables this way and how much space you will be saving that you can use for other purposes. Here’s a selection of 20+ vertical garden ideas…

1. How to grow your own food with limited space and creative resources, using gutter plastic

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2. How to Design Vertical Gardens for Tiny Spaces (PVC pipe)


3. Build a Vertical Garden from Plastic Bottles


4. Vertical Vegetable Garden is a great potential in small gardens, increasing the space for growing a range of crops.

Vertical-Vegetable-Garden-Ideas-4 Photo By: DK – Vegetable Gardening ©2007 Dorling Kindersley Limited

5. Amazing Salad Vertical Gardens

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17 Responses to “20+ Vertical Vegetable Garden Ideas”

  1. erica guest says:

    what a wonderful idea please can you email more about this wonderful idea
    Erica guest

  2. Liz merriman says:

    Love the ideas send more. Need to get planters off ground

  3. Moira says:

    Can you add me to your mailing list please

  4. Kim says:

    Here’s what I want to know.. when you build up, you create a shadow on the things behind it. Same problem with a vertical unit that’s built in the round. The stuff growing in the back isn’t getting the same level of sun. How much does this shade affect the crop growth?

  5. mitra says:

    So nice jobs u r doing .very nice

  6. Sandy Radcliffe says:

    I need something off the ground so my dogs don’t trample it, but these designs are more for small herbs do you have something for peppers, onions, tomatoes, zucchini?

  7. Eulanda a. Flotildes says:

    I am really amaIng the designed of the different styles to make such incomparable garden..i wish i have this both at home and school..can you email such steps and procedure how to peoxèd. Thank you and more power.

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  9. Stace says:

    I would be glad to assist anyone wanting more information. My goal is to see these in our schools. Feel free to email me at [email protected]

  10. Sue says:

    Love this

  11. Kaye Tufton says:

    What do I have to do to get more information on this, I love it,

  12. Tina Hammond says:

    LOVE this

  13. vishnugopal says:

    Sir which vegitable we r grow & how can we grow the plants

  14. athina toxicologist says:

    be careful gardening in plastic promote diversity in genders

  15. GrandmaCat says:

    I’ve tried the gutters and other things on a wall. Plan to water a whole lot, the heat builds up and soil dries out. A timer on the water was the only thing that worked for me.

  16. Kanintekai Bateriki says:

    Add me too please. I am very interested in these kind of techniques.

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