How to Build a Vertical or Wall Garden with Pallets

How to build a pallet vertical garden and a DIY plastic wall garden

Surely, you have already heard about vertical gardens. In contrast to the traditional, they take up very little space, but can accommodate a lot of flowers and greenery. We will show you how easily and inexpensively to build a pallet vertical garden and a plastic wall garden for your balcony or terrace. It will take a minimum of your precious time, the most simple materials and tools. A lovely vertical garden for herbs, for strawberries or the twiners, with which you always wanted to decorate the wall on the balcony.

You will need: 1 wooden pallet ( which is used for transport of goods), a burlap, sturdy garden film, scissors, furniture stapler, universal soil, plant seeds or young seedlings.

Materials for pallet vertical garden

DIY pallet vertical garden tutorial pics

How to do it: Attach the burlap to the inside of the pallet. Wrap the back of the pallet with garden film and secure with a furniture stapler. Do this just on three sides (except the top end) by turning the corners.

Turn the construction with the open end up and fill the entire volume with soil. Make small cuts with scissors in the burlap and place the seeds or the plant seedlings. It is desirable to keep the pallet in a horizontal position until the germination is guaranteed. It can be flipped vertical when you see that the plants are well “settled down.”

DIY pallet vertical garden burlap film soil flowers

The pallet vertical garden is especially attractive with low herbs ( thyme, mint, lemon balm), twine annuals or perennials (Sweet peas, Cobaea, Morning glory), low-growing flowers (pansies), and even berries (strawberries).

DIY pallet garden burlap scissors seeds

The special thing in this pallet vertical garden is the ability to move the pallet with the plants.

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