Added by on 2016-05-17

Here’s a fun vertical gardening idea. Learn how to make a rain gutter garden on your yard fence. For full project details, click here: For more ideas to improve your home, check out Lowe’s on other social media channels: Facebook – Twitter – Pinterest – Instagram – This really is a vertical garden project you can make that works quite well. Remember to fertilize the plants often. Our young actress is now a proud and glorious US Marine! Related PostsHow to Make a Vertical Gutter GardenVertical Gardening: Gutter Garden! (QTT #7)Douglas County Roofing & Gutter Inc.How to Plant a Living Wall Garden on a FenceBeginner Veggie Garden – Lowe’s HypermadeUltimate Innovations AquaSav Vertical Garden Wall Planter on QVC


Vertical Gardens



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *




  • Mark Humphreys 1 year ago

    This would be great for succulents!

  • AgroSuede Backyard Gardening 1 year ago

    Did the lettuce grow in there, or they were transplanted in it for the purpose of this video…because wow, they looked great!

  • shaymaa mohammed 1 year ago

    very good

  • George Mathew 1 year ago

    Thanks for this ideas

  • Marco A. Cruz 1 year ago

    Very gooooood!

  • VeNuS2910 1 year ago

    i like this. i will try to do one. 🙂 thanks for sharing.

  • wesleysull 1 year ago

    This could be a lot classier with a copper or stainless steel halfpipe instead. This project just seems…. Cheap? I know they are trying to cater to the whole pinterest/kit based DIY crowed. But I feel like this could be better. To each his own I guess.

  • Manuel Mendoza 1 year ago

    very good thank you x

  • Tulips Moran 1 year ago

    Great idea!  With a little modification to your plan, I can install a single gutter along my west facing deck railing – lettuce just off the kitchen…brilliant, easy and cheap solution!

  • Cindy Villanueva 1 year ago

    What.edible plants can you grow in the Gutter Garden?

  • Roslyn Atwood 1 year ago

    Cool idea, but might rather sub aluminum.

  • sean craig 1 year ago

    Can lettuce grow in 3.5 inch depth?

  • N89J00X 1 year ago

    I love this idea, but I worry about PVC in my veggies.  Isn't this gutter material made from PVC?

  • liz turner 1 year ago

    brian plz list yr how to site

  • Maria Stone 1 year ago

     why do all the women have such an annoying scratchy voice?

  • James Homer 1 year ago

    Choose another material to use over vinyl if your going to be growing food in the garden.  Vinyl leach into the dirt and water and into your food.  I'm surprised Lowe's recommended vinyl over aluminum.