Urban Planters / Container Gardening for vegetable growers. An image blog post.
Vertical farming with herb containers. Any wall or fence can be transformed into an urban container garden.
Metal containers make great, long lasting garden planters and come in all shapes and sizes.
Rooftop gardens have really taken off in cities and built up areas. You can use any un-used space to grow your own.
Of course raised beds are the ultimate in garden planters, and are widely used not only in gardens and allotments, but in urban or rooftop gardens also.
A huge range of fruit, vegetables or flowers can be grown in raised beds with less effort.
Urban planters can be designed or altered to fit in with your existing garden or back yard style.
Almost anything can be transformed into a container for growing herbs, salads, and veg.
Old tins work just as well for growing herbs. How’s that for recycling.
Tomatoes grow very well in hanging baskets and can be suspended over other containers, doubling up on space.
Urban farming with timber raised beds. Community gardens, allotments, and rooftop gardens are made much easier with raised beds.
Rooftop vegetable garden. A large amount of produce can be grown in un-used spaces like roofs.
Timber planter boxes for growing your own. These wooden planters can be made in any size and placed anywhere.
Growing Courgettes in a large container, in this case it’s a large pot.
Growing lettuce in a large bowl shaped pot. Herbs and salads grow brilliantly in containers and pots.
Growing runner beans in urban planters with bamboo stakes for support.
Growing more lettuce in a plastic container. Smaller containers are great for patios and balconys.
Cabbages growing in pots. A cabbage plant doesn’t require a large amount of space to grow successfully.
Growing carrots in urban planters. Carrots are a great entry level vegetable to grow in containers for the beginner garden.
Hope you like the pictures. Here is our full range of Urban Planters / Containers.