-Lettuce -Spinach -Strawberries -Tomatoes -Herbs -Cucumber -Squash and pumpkin
Stackable planters are great if you don’t want anything too difficult to set up. They require the least DIY input, as you simply fill the pots and add your plants.
Another option is hanging grow bags. As the name suggests, this is a set of grow bags that you hang on a wall. Each plant goes in a pocket, meaning there are no issues with roots getting tangled.
A freestanding planter usually consists of a shelving unit with several medium-sized planters on it. As such, it’s better for slightly larger plants or those that need more soil space.
At the most basic level, railing planters or window boxes are a good start. You could fix some rails to the wall with brackets and then hang these pots off them.