I’ve noticed an increase in planters and design for indoor gardening, recognizing that it’s not just those with yards who’d like a little plant life in their lives. The terrarium craze has certainly added to this, but sometimes you just want to have a little plant without the fuss of creating a terrarium. Wall planters are perfect for those with small spaces, as well as for those who want to keep a little summer year round. I’ve gathered 10 modern wall planters, in a variety of sizes, to get your indoor garden started.
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Wall Ball 1 of 10Modern shapes with a fun pop of color.
Available at Sprout Home, $38.
Ceramic Wall Planters 2 of 10Lovely in groups, there's even one for your favorite orchid.
Available at West Elm, from $24.
Recycled Glass Bubbles 3 of 10Handblown from recycled glass, an unusual vessel for small plants or a wall terrarium.
Available at Sprout Home, from $60.
Living Wall Planter 4 of 10For those who want a full garden feel indoors, Wooly Pocket has recreated their outdoor pockets in wall friendly plastic.
Available at Wooly Pocket, $29 each.
Round Succulent Planter 5 of 10Crafted from upcycled pillars, these come pre-planted with a variety of succulents.
Available at NevaStar, $130.
Bubble Glass Planter 6 of 10Gorgeous as a vase or filled with air plants or succulents.
Available at West Elm, from $16.
Aerium Egg Planters 7 of 10A quick pop of color to enliven a window or wall. Their unique shape is great for small succulents or air plants.
Available at Sprout Home, $28.
Mounted Stag Horn Fern 8 of 10A new classic in wall plants, these are mounted on cedar with tags noting their variety.
Available at Terrain, $105 for a large fern.
Chalkboard Wall Planter 9 of 10Brilliant for a small kitchen garden.
Available at Williams Sonoma, $129.
Wire Florists Wrap 10 of 10A simple form to fill with moss and small plants.
Available at Terrain, $8.