Urban gardening is making quite the splash on Pinterest these days! I guess even urban dwellers love the idea of a small garden, and who wouldn’t? If you don’t have the space for a full size garden, try these urban gardening tips today!
These metal planters from one of my favorite shops on Etsy are a unqiue take on classic hanging planters.
Building upwards is the easiest way to save space. Use a shoe organizer for a easy vertical garden! Check out this tutorial from Instructables for more.
Here we have a IKEA lantern turned cactus planter. These can be hung wherever you like, outside or inside. I have several hanging in my craft room!
Mason jars atttached to a weathered piece of wood meet all of your seasoning needs!
ceiling planters are easy to hang, and easy to fall in love with. These babies are minimal and fit right in to any color scheme.
Short on space, sun, and just about everything else? Realign your chakras with an indoor Zen garden! It’ll be impossible to kill this garden!
Tillandsia is more of a low maintence option for urban gardeners. All air plants need is some mist once or twice a week.
Combine greenery within your exisiting furniture. This rustic chandelier is part lamp, part flower pot.
Woven rope makes for a nautical hanger perfect for holding pots. These look like they came straight outta’ a DIY blog.
If you only have a small corner of space to work with; stack some planters full of overflowing flowers.
Think small with tiny jars or glasses filled with soil and succulents can make pretty terrariums.
A planted light fixture is perfect for any room.
Hang herbs over the sink for easy access. A curtain rod and a few hooks are all you’ll need for this do it yourself.
Mason jars are truly the go to. For just about everything. Add drainage to the bottom to make the plant healthier.
Wine crates are perfect as a raised bed. If you have a wide windowsill, then you could use mini-wine crates.
If you’re lucky enough to have some balcony space, make the most of it by going vertical. Life On The Balcony shows us just how easy this is!
Plant herbs as normal and keep them by the sink. Cheap and easy!