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With a few simple steps, you can create a flower tower that will make your flowers defy gravity and flourish. Check out our pot and planting options online: http://thd.co/2kTxWQt. There are a variety of pot and planter options you can use for this project. Vertical gardens can come in all shapes and sizes. In this video we’ll walk you through one of our favorite DIY tower gardens. Home gardening offers many opportunities to be creative and spruce up your home. A great way to take advantage of vertical space is with a flower tower. There are many flower tower planters than can be used to make your vertical garden come alive. For more info on the types of planters available, see our guide: http://thd.co/2kTxWQt. One of the keys to cultivating a great garden is innovation, and flower towers are a great way to do so. Not only do they add a decorative element to your garden, but they’re also easy to make. For more info on how to build a flower tower, see our guide: http://thd.co/2l8R7Et. Get more helpful home improvement tips, ideas, and projects. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://thd.co/2iib0HE or watch now: http://www.youtube.com/HomeDepot Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSmall herb garden ideas“25 Creative Small Indoor Garden Designs ” Awesome Indoor Garden and Planters IdeasDream garden ideas for small areasDIY Raised Garden Bed – Small Garden Ideasrooftop gardening bangladesh _ Make a roof garden | Small town garden ideasSuper Best indoor garden design ideas | Small space indoor gardening

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14 Comments

  • Karin goodreau 7 months ago

    How many flowers were used in this?

  • Thank You!!!

  • lanlanlinh 7 months ago

    wonderful idea. Thank you!

  • Inga G 7 months ago

    grate, and i bet i can put in tomatoes or strawberry's or cucumbers even !!!

  • Julia Feliciano 7 months ago
  • Julia Feliciano 7 months ago

    Excelente explicacion

  • Sandra Beuckman Karnes 7 months ago

    Great idea!! You could also add fertilizer in the water & it should reach all the plants!

  • Kelly M 7 months ago

    Wish I would have done this before I planted.

  • neabud 7 months ago

    Watering is much easier if you add a length of perferated tubing or pvc down the middle of the towner before you add the soil. Watering is then much more even. If you plug the bottom to start and keep the top cap covered during hot days it will work like a charm.

  • Bielka01 7 months ago

    Water thru the top and make sure you put enough water so thre is water that gets all the way to the bottom plants. Water depending on the weather, and location, just make sure the soil is lightly moist but not completly wet to avoid any fungus. Is located in a super sunny location, check often

  • Charles Thompson 7 months ago

    My wife and I made 3 of these. One full size and 2 half size. We followed the directions completely and right now they are starting to look good. My question is how to water these, how often to water and lastly how much water?

  • Tim King 7 months ago

    I just made one of these this weekend. If you are going to try it here are a few thing to keep in mind. A rollof landscape fabric is expensive and you only use a tiny bit. I had the pot and the wire fencing. I used 2 + bags of potting soil. And I counted 72 petunias! Roughly 3 flats! It looks pretty good so far, but be preparred to spend $50 to $100 on materials.

  • Dennis Brubaker 7 months ago

    About how many flowers do you use?

  • Amanda Crump 7 months ago

    Hi there. We used Wave Petunias to do this project.