Garden wall planters are a great way of increasing growing space, especially in smaller spaces like patios, balconies and terraces. They come in all shapes and sizes from individual planters up to entire wall-coverings. Garden wall planters are perfect for trailing plants, succulents and annuals and can be used to brighten up unattractive walls or fences.

Advertisement

Best garden wall planters

Esschert Ceramic Wall Pot

Esschert Wall Planter

This stylish wall planter from Esschert is perfect for geraniums or trailing plants like ivy. The weathered and stonewashed design would look great in any garden, but works especially well in classic or mediterranean gardens. As the wall planter is ceramic, it is durable and hard-wearing and should last many years. It also has a delicate design which would add interest and decoration to any garden wall. This wall planter features a drainage hole too, so plants won't be left with soggy roots when it is used outside.

Jara Terracotta Wall Hung Planter

Nkuku jara terracotta wall hung planter

This wall mounted planter from Nkuku works perfectly on garden walls. The metalwork grid has terracotta pots positioned at nice intervals which makes for a contemporary appearance which would work well in a modern garden design. It would work well as a compact herb garden, a place to display succulents or as the base for a trailing green wall. Each pot has a drainage hole making this wall planter better suited to outdoor conditions, though it can be used indoors too.

Creekwood Blenheim Garden Planter

Creekwood blenheim planter

This sleek garden wall planter from Creekwood is perfect for planting up individual plants against a garden wall, like lavender, rosemary or other herbs. It comes in three different sizes and several colours so there should be a style to match most types of garden. This wall planter is also frost-proof and UV resistant, so it can be kept outdoors all year and will not fade in the sun over time. The pot also features a drainage hole and comes with the fixings needed to mount it on your garden wall.

Gartman 3 Piece Metal Wall Planter Set

Gartman 3 piece metal wall planter set

This set of planters is great for indoor or outdoor use. They feature a pre-drilled mounting hole so they're easy to put up and can be easily drilled for drainage if they're being put up outside. Crafted from galvanised brass, the antiqued finish will oxidise over time, ageing and enhancing the look of the planters.

Wall Trough Planter

Wall Trough Planter

These wall trough planters from Garden Trading are a great, modern choice for vertical growing. Made out of steel with an antique pewter finish, they have an understated design and would slot well into any garden. This design doesn't come with drainage holes and wall fixings need to be bought separately.

Terracotta Pot with Wall Hanger

Terracotta Pot with Wall Hanger

These aged terracotta pots from Sarah Raven come with a metal wall sconce for fixing them to walls and fences. These cute garden wall planters would be perfect for bedding plants, herds or succulents and would brighten up any facade. Grouped together they can give the effect of a living wall.

Set of Two Metal Wall Planters

Set of 2 metal wall planters

These metal wall planters are great for indoor or outdoor use. Made out of metal they are durable and make a great display case for trailing plants. There are no drainage holes in them so these would need to be added.

More like this

Ruddings Wood Wall Troughs

Ruddings Wood Wall Trough

This set of two wall troughs are in a classic design and would work well in a cottage garden. They come with coco liners, making them great baskets for bedding and annual plant displays. Planted up, these wall planters are sure to brighten up any garden wall.

Wood Wall Planter

Wood Wall Planter

This wooden wall planter from Wayfair would provide you with the space to create an instant wall garden. With several troughs in the design, you could plant a herb garden or grow a mix of ornamentals and edibles together. It would be perfect for adding space to a smaller garden, or adding height and interest to a patio space.

Advertisement

If you're looking to grow on the ground, take a look at our recommendations for garden planters, or if you're an indoor grower we have some great recommendations for indoor plant pots too.

Authors

Molly Blair
Molly Blaireditorial and digital assistant

Molly is the Gardens Illustrated's editorial and digital assistant. She has a roof garden and has her RHS level 2.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement