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Vertical garden! I want to do this next year.

How to create a Vertical Wall Garden- I have to replace some old fencing this Spring! What an awesome idea!!! The best part, the pallets are Free!!! If it's free, it's for me!!!!!!!!!!!!

LOVE this vertical garden! by Miriella, via Flickr

Vertical Gardening Ideas - How To Make a Vertical Garden - Country Living#slide-4#slide-3

Get your potted plants up off the ground and up in the air! Hanging terra cotta pots from trees or the side of your house is a great way to add dimension and an element of surprise to yourlandscaping . Materials: * 3 long pieces of rope * 1 long piece of torn fabric or ribbon * 2-3 terracotta pots * Wooden beads  Instructions: *  Tie the three ropes and piece of fabric together in a tight knot. *  Braid your four strands together, stringing in beads where you see fit.

Garden LINK IS TO A PIC ONLY IDEA SITE AND I COULD NOT FIND THIS, MUST BE IN ARCHIVES. A GOOD LOOK WILL SHOW HOW ONE COULD MAKE SOMETHING QUITE SIMILAR WITH NYLON ROPE AND GUTTER SECTIONS PAINED..THESE MIGHT BE TERRACOTTA... THAT WOULD NE A HEAVY LOAD

Love this idea....vertical garden out of an old window! This would be great to hide an eyesore in the backyard or to bring some interest "up"....so gonna do this!

I think this would make for nifty "fencing" on the side of a garden, maybe for shading purposes on things not wanting direct sun... OP: Easy Vertical Wall Garden. A great patio divider.

Marshalls Living Street garden designed by Ian Dexter was one of the highlights of 2009’s Chelsea Flower Show. Although succulents, sempervivums and saxifrage are the obvious plants to use, designers are also experimenting with different perennials such as hostas, heucheras, epimediums, euphorbia’s and grasses.