You will never run out of herbs again! Always have a fresh stash on standby with this brilliant Hanging Gutter Garden ..
If you love to grow herbs and flowers, do we ever have a great project for you? Who would have thought that you could create a vertical hanging garden using of all things Rain Gutter!
What we love about this project is the versatility. We have featured a number of different ways to display including free standing.
Hanging Gutter Garden via Dutramaquinas
You can even run it across a wall or fence. It’s practical and moveable and will come in so handy. It’s such a great idea when you need more sun or shade or to add some color to your space.
All you need to do is drill some holes in your gutter for drainage, add some chain, rope or other similar hanger and then plant out your gutters.
Keep scrolling now for the details and watch the short video.
Hanging Gutter Garden Video
This video will step you through the process of making your own Gutter Garden and it really is easy! Click Play above to view ⇑
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Here’s another great way of using your Hanging Herb Planter, we love the addition of the herb pots and the rope is a nice rustic touch. Great job from A Girl and Her Glue Gun
Chain looks great too as shown by this version from Apexext
via Her Tool Belt
Don’t you love this Hanging Gutter Garden. This is another very attractive version and it would take the focus off a wall or fence. This one is from Her Tool Belt
Here’s another way to display your gutter garden. Simply add a chalkboard background and use metal rather than plastic gutters. What a great look from Hative
Looking for a cute way to water your plants? Everyone loves this Elephant Watering Can! It’s a great —> Get yours here
via Pinterest no tutorial
If you would prefer a free standing structure, this Gutter Garden is a great idea.
To make it moveable you could add wheels as a variation.
You could also make a hanging strawberry gutter garden or you may like to try the PVC vertical version included below.
below via Home Depot
It’s been hugely popular. Be sure to check out the tutorial here