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4 Space-Saving Vertical Gardens You Can Do At Home

Put your green thumb and creative skills to the test with these fun ideas

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Many homeowners who have always dreamed of having a small garden at home have tried to incorporate a green pocket in different ways. Some have started herb gardens, others made use of windowsills, and a lot have chosen to take care of succulents. If you're still unsure as to how you can get started in your own space, you may want to give vertical gardening a try. A vertical garden is a smart way to maximize space, and as the name suggests, it takes advantage of the available vertical space—freeing up floor spaces for your other activities and belongings.

To inspire you to take on this fun and rewarding journey, we've rounded up four pretty planter ideas that you can create on your own. With a minimal budget and using items you may already have at home, these must-dos will surely unleash your inner DIY master skills:

Main photos from: Outdoor Areas and Instructables.

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