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Herb Wall Inspiration

Herbs, lettuces and strawberries do not need as much soil as many other plants, so are good candidates for vertical gardens.


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Vertical herb garden in the edible garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden. The section to the right is a water wall. Photo copyright Tim Martin. achefinthegarden.blogspot.com


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Vertical herb garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden. Landscape fabric surrounds the plant stems and keeps the soil in place. atlantabotanicalgarden.org


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Herb Wall, Atlanta.
These units can be taken down for maintenance.
By Los Angeles-based AECOM; Atlanta-based Axios Architecture; and Dallas-based MESA Design Group.


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Pocket wall planter.
At Le Virtu Restaurant Philadelphia.


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Vertical wall garden
supplies herbs for the Homegirl Cafe at Homeboy Industries, LA, Calif. Such as excellent organization, training gang related kids in the restaurant industry: homeboyindustries.org


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Pocket vertical garden.
4 pocket: dotzila.com


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Pocket planter full of herbs.
diynetwork.com


vertical herb garden

Aquaponic Vertical Vegetable Garden.
Water is recirculated through the panels from the tank below. Goldfish create the fertilizer needed by the vegetable garden. The tower is made from 9 -  PlantsOnWalls Full 12-Pocket Vertical Garden Panels that were threaded together with picture wire to form a triangle. The panels were attached to galvanized pipe and placed over a 36" Stock Tank. A fountain pump recirculates the water through the felt panels. James Snidle Gallery San Francisco. plantsonwalls.blogspot.com


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Pocket wall planter.
Woolly Pocket makes indoor as well as outdoor planters.
Two Wally Ones or one Wally Three. woollypocket.com


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Pocket wall planter made of fiber felt.
$178 and $278. remodelista.com


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Vertical herb garden attached to wall.
Modular living wall systems by Live Wall.
Made in West Michigan: livewall.com


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Vertical herb garden on a frame.
Modular living wall systems by Live Wall, Michigan.
livewall.com


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Modular living wall systems on wheels by Live Wall.
At Bloomin' on Blue Star in Saugatuck, MI.
Available in six colors. Use on a frame or a wall.
Made in West Michigan. livewall.com


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Edible vertical garden.
Modular living wall systems by Live Wall.
livewall.com


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Movable wooden planters on a plant wall.
Zizmor House, Upper West Side, NY, NY.
www.dwell.com


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Indoor Herb rack at LYFE Kitchen in Palo Alto, Calif.
Nice lesson in herb plant identification.
liveloveyoga.wordpress.com


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Herb wall.
Here the soil and roots are held in wire cages which are placed in a framed wall. See cage, bottom left. Wrap the bottom, back and sides of cages in landscape fabric. This design seems a good starting point (inspiration) for other similar designs. At Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. Via: argoknot.com


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Rain gutter herb garden.
Slant gutters and water will drip down to gutter below. You could also take gutters and attach them to wood. A 1x4 or 1x6 would be a good size, paint as desired. Attach mounting hardware for easy hanging. Don't forget drainage holes if hanging straight. Galvanized steel or copper is a better choice for the environment than PVC. aquaduckraingutters.com


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Gutter herb garden.
Step by step - how to: diy-enthusiasts.com


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Free Standing Pallet Herb Garden.
Be certain your pallet was heat treated (HT) and not treated with chemicals (MB).
Step by step - how to: diyshowoff.com


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Pallet herb garden.
Step by step - how to: diy-enthusiasts.com
Another how to here: onehundreddollarsamonth.com


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Vertical Herb Planter.
Step by step - how to: bonnieplants.com


vertical herb garden

Vertical garden from cut plastic containers.
lasfotosmasalucinantes.blogspot.com


plastic bottle garden

Plastic bottle herb garden at Clarence House, September 2010. Growing in recycled and re-used items on a vertical plane. By PU+H Landscape: petherickurquhartandhunt.com


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Vertical Herb Garden at Clarence House.
By PU+H Landscape: petherickurquhartandhunt.com


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Vertical herb garden.
Reinforced steel holds the clay pots by their lip.
www.homelife.com.au
More of this type: byjoost.com


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Ammo cans as herb planters, in Chantal & Ryan's backyard.
More pics in the post. ryanbenoitdesign.com


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Freestanding Vertical Garden by Williams-Sonoma.
williams-sonoma.com



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Shoe bag herb garden.
Via: hydroherbafrica.co.za


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Aria Tabletop by Evo Organic.
evoorganic.com


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Mason Jar Wall Planter.
With black rocks on bottom for drainage.
Seems a good idea to keep a mason jar filled with dirt on the kitchen counter, ready to receive unused fresh herbs. notjustahousewife.net


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Magnetic wall systems.
Largest vessel can hold up to 14 pounds.
www.myurbio.com


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Minigarden vertical.
Made of recyclable polypropylene, 5 colors.
Available in Europe. uk.minigarden.net


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Kitchen garden of the future by Hyundai.
tecnologia.coninternet.org




Bag Planters:

Woolly Pockets. outdoor or indoor: woollypocket.com
Outdoor only, 2- 6 pocket: williams-sonoma.com
4 pocket: dotzila.com
4 pocket or 12 pocket, made in USA: www.plantsonwalls.com
Root pouches - Home Depot: homedepot.com
How to make a bag planter with landscape fabric: tumbleweedtraveller.blogspot.com


Hard Plastic Planters:

Urban Zeal: www.uzplanters.com
Wall Garden Australia: wallgarden.com.au
Wall Garden Video: youtube.com/watch?v=OkkyreEAyss#t=137
Wall Garden, Grovert, etc. USA: verticalgardeningsystems.com


Pallet Garden:

How to Video: youtube.com
How to: lifeonthebalcony.com
How to - step by step: designsponge.com
How to: onehundreddollarsamonth.com
Pallet and Gutter: youtube.com


Plastic Bottle Tower:

Video: .youtube.com
Hanging plastic bottle garden video: youtube.com
Wooden tower: removeandreplace.com
 

 





 
 

 

 

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Mark
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Re: Vertical herb gardens
Reply #14 on : Fri June 10, 2016, 02:45:17
All of the ideas look great. Some of them would be pretty time-consuming and expensive, I guess, but the idea for the vertical pocket garden is amazing. I will try it at home, as I want to grow my own herbs and am out of space..

Cheers,

Mark from www.gardeningserviceslondon.co.uk/garden-maintenance/
Vania Samara Cabral
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HORTA
Reply #13 on : Tue November 17, 2015, 12:33:39
FUTURA HORTA
genevieve guy
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watering
Reply #12 on : Sat October 17, 2015, 06:02:21
I love recycling my 2 lt bottles need a simple water saving watering system
Felicity Waters
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comparison
Reply #11 on : Tue September 29, 2015, 20:55:05
If you live in Australia and you want to make your own vertical garden pockets you can buy the material in rolls of 35 meters - you can also buy smaller amounts but it gets expensive . Only black is available. Its not the same as the material used by Woolly Pockets - (ie its not recycled plastic) - but it looks and behave in similar fashion. The felted fabric is also made in Australia.

Vertical Garden Online also reviews new products as they come onto the market.
Candice mcday
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Herb walls
Reply #10 on : Thu September 17, 2015, 11:15:48
Hello very interested in building one of these any tips?
JK MAN IN THE BISSSSSS
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Green wall rap
Reply #9 on : Tue August 25, 2015, 17:22:35
IT's a wall in hall I can say if IM a sayian Ya cause i'm a man
joshua
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Black corn
Reply #8 on : Tue August 25, 2015, 17:19:08
corn is amazing
Ed Manuel
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garden, herbs, vertical landscaping, greens
Reply #7 on : Fri July 03, 2015, 19:07:17
i am interested in high tech or modern technology regarding plants and veggies
Amber Ponce
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Great Compilation!
Reply #6 on : Mon June 29, 2015, 07:14:10
Thanks for including us (LiveWall)! The Wall-to-Table food movement is growing... pun intended.
Lise Wheeler
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Re: Vertical herb gardens
Reply #5 on : Thu April 10, 2014, 09:29:46
Fantastic ideas !! Thank you
Anonymous
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Re: Vertical herb gardens
Reply #4 on : Wed April 09, 2014, 15:06:02
awesome ideas!!!
Anonymous
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Re: Vertical herb gardens
Reply #3 on : Mon April 07, 2014, 10:33:56
Really like these ideas...
Anonymous
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Re: Vertical herb gardens
Reply #2 on : Wed February 19, 2014, 21:46:29
AWESOME
Leigh Nicholson
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Hanging Gardens
Reply #1 on : Sun November 17, 2013, 22:41:04
At Hanging Gardens NZ we believe we have the most botanically superior product on the market as our product allows free drainange while also supporting moisture retention adn allowing easy maintenance of plants - check us out at our web or facebook page!
 
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