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It’s officially plant season, and whether or not you have a green thumb, it’s impossible to not get excited about the abundance of lush greenery and summer flower possibilities. From window boxes and colorful planters to indoor gardens and terrariums, there are so many beautiful ways to display your plants. But if you like your flora at eye-level, or just want to bring some height to your garden, wall planters are a great, no-fuss option. And you can hang them practically anywhere — from bathrooms and reading nooks to home offices and outdoor fences.
Scroll down for a few of our favorite wall planters that will look lovely in any space, indoor or outdoor.
- 4” H x 27.25” W x 4” D
Succulents, air plants, and cacti will look lush in these little plastic vessels. The style goes with any decor, and they can be linked together to create a sprawling wall garden. As a bonus, reviewers found lots of creative, non-plant uses for them as storage for small items like pens, hair accessories, and more!
One reviewer wrote, “The Umbra Floralink is such an awesome wall decor. They make my bathroom look so stylish and put together. I put them side to side [and have a] plant inside of [one] and the others [hold] my makeup and brushes. It was easy to put up on the wall, and also they are easy to clean just with a wipe.”
$77.99 (was $102.99), Wayfair
- 12” H x 12” W x 5.5” D
These distressed metal planters come in three sizes and can be combined in any arrangement to fit your space. they don’t have drainage holes, so you’ll want to stick with succulents, air plants, cacti, or silk blooms.
One reviewer wrote, “These are perfect sizes for my bedroom. I [was] very pleased with the quality.
- 50″L, 9″ diameter; 7.5 diameter ring
Made of handwoven jute, this wall planter doubles as wall art. Because it has a ring hook, you can use any type of hook to secure it to your wall, or even opt to hang it from a door knob.
One reviewer wrote, “I have spent hours trying to find macrame planters that are quality, aesthetically pleasing and affordable. I FINALLY found mine here! Extremely great price point for a durable planter that is much larger in size than pictured. This is a statement piece for the home.”
$129.99 (was $179.99), Wayfair
- 71” H x 14” W x 8” D
With five plant shelves adorned with drainage holes, this metal ladder will show off all your favorite plants at once. It doesn’t need to be secured with hardware — just lean it against any wall and it’s good to go.
One reviewer wrote, “I love it! It’s a little more narrow than what I expected but I can easily fit 2 herb plants in each bucket and it looks and fits great in the corner of my balcony. I’ve gotten many compliments.”
- 15.4 x 11.5 x 8.6
These colorful ceramic planters can be arranged together or separate for infinite decor possibilities. Not only can they be used to display succulents, but also to store knick knacks and office supplies.
One reviewer wrote, “I love these planters, they match my new kitchen perfectly! I have live plants in them and lined the bottom with some small pebbles and left them in their containers for watering. I’m so happy I bought these!”
$68.99 (was $79.99), Wayfair
- 30” H x 20.8” W x 7.5” D
This planter can be hung indoors, but is made of durable, weather-resistant plastic should you want to hang it from a deck railing or fence post. The vessels are partitioned in varying sizes so you can create a collage of plants and flowers.
One reviewer wrote, “I ordered two sets of the vertical garden set. I am so excited to try these out for my herbs, but they would be great for other plants. The instructions seem very easy to follow and the three different container sizes will be perfect. The containers seem very sturdy, but light enough to mount the containers on a wall or fence.”
$77.99 (was $104.44), Wayfair
- 11” H x 15.5” W x 4.5” D
This window-style planter includes an assortment of realistic succulents, but you can fill the pocket with anything you like. The wooden box and rustic metal frame will get compliments in any room of your home.
One reviewer wrote, “It’s beautiful! [I hung it in] my entryway coming into the house!”