These easy vertical planters are perfect for gardening novices. They are not complicated to make and don’t take up a lot of space, so you have no excuse — but enjoy them with extreme caution. It is so satisfying to pluck a handful of fresh herbs for your cooking, you’ll get hooked. Just a small taste of gardening and soon you’ll plant a container of tomatoes on the patio and before you know it you’ll be renting a community plot. Before you know it, you’ll be making seed bombs in your basement to distribute in the abandoned lot down the street.
This easy planter is a creative way to use a shoe organizer. You don’t even have to build anything – just find a sturdy way to hang it. Find out more from Instructables user pippa5
Another great re-use project. If you can wield a staple-gun, you should have no problem assembling this cute planter from Life on the Balcony
This is a fun one; you could put it agains a wall or fence, but it’s really nice hanging around a patio area to create a bit of privacy. Instructions at Goods Home Design
It seems no DIY list is complete these days without a mason jar project, so here it is — mason jar wall planters. I love the look, but there is no drainage so you would have to have a substantial amount of something at the bottom, and perhaps a lot of vermiculite in the soil, and be careful not to overwater. If you find mason jars with holes, let me know. Instructions at Not Just a Housewife
I made hanging shelves for pots quite similar to this to go in front of a window once, so I know how easy is. Instructions at Copenhagen Madrid
I also really like this variation of the hanging shelf idea. Instead of sitting on solid shelves, they shelves are actually holders that fit the pots perfectly. These would also be very compact if you need to move them. I couldn’t find instructions for this style, but I bet you can figure it out. If you do, tell me in the comments! Credit: Compagnie