15 Vertical Garden Systems Perfect For Small Spaces

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Upside-Down Tomato Planter

Upside-Down Tomato Planter

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The tomato planter puts an upside-down twist on the vertical garden theme. Simply hang it from whatever will support it (e.g. a tree, patio railing, balcony terrace …), water, fertilize, grow and eat!

Pros:

  • Never have to bend or kneel
  • Helps prevent insect and fungus problems
  • Can also use for cucumbers, peppers, flowers, etc

Cons:

  • Can only grow a single plant at a time
  • Gets heavy when full of water and dirt
  • Can be tricky to get full sun

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Hex Wall Planter

Hex Wall Planter

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The Hex Wall Planter is ideal for those who want a simple and elegant garden and the optional expansion kits allow you to build out various geometric designs.

Pros:

  • Small and lightweight
  • Expandable
  • Removable planters

Cons:

  • Not usable for deep root plants
  • Small planting area

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Self Watering Wall Planter Urn

Self Watering Wall Planter Urn

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Clean and stylish, this wall planter is perfect for the home chef looking to cook with fresh ingredients. The acrylic planter hangs cleanly on the wall and has an encapsulated no drip watering system saving your floor from wet spots.

Pros:

  • Self watering and no drip
  • Stylish
  • Includes plant identification tags

Cons:

  • Small planting area
  • Hangs from the wall with self adhesive strips
  • Single color option

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Living Wall Garden Starter Kit

Vertical Living Wall Planter

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Great for the living wall garden beginner, this starter kit includes everything you need to begin your very own portable wall garden.

Pros:

  • No drips
  • Customizable
  • Easy to install

Cons:

  • Small planting area
  • Single color option

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Vertical GRO System with 3-Planter Boxes

Vertical GRO System with 3-Planter Boxes

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The Vertical GRO System is basically the Vertical Living Wall Planter on legs (although it can be mounted to the wall as well!) With size options from 18 x 38” to 30 x 58” you’ll definitely find a size to suit your needs and with optional casters, moving this garden system around can be easy!

Pros:

  • Easy set up
  • Made from rot and insect resistant material
  • Able to move to face the sun as needed (with casters)

Cons:

  • Casters cost extra

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