Hanging Planters

Enhance your space with beautiful hanging planters. Discover unique and creative ideas to add a touch of greenery to your home or garden.
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Put that green thumb front and center. You don't need to be a master DIY'er to make these hanging planters. If you can punch a hole and place a hook with an adhesive back, you too can have a brand new planter to show off your gardening prowess. A hanging container garden is a great way to fill an empty corner that has been bare for far too long. These nifty little containers are also a great idea for homes with children and pets. They'll keep potentially harmful leaves and flowers out of…

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Ines Ransom
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About this item DISPLAY PLANTS IN YOUR WINDOW: By hanging planters on a metal rod, Triflora makes it easy to water and display plants in your window, without taking up sill space ADJUSTS HORIZONTALLY AND VERTICALLY: You can slide Triflora’s ropes along the rod and adjust the length of the rope to customize the placement of the hanging planters DURABLE PLANTERS, FITS STANDARD SIZE POTS: Durable recycled molded polypropylene planters (inspired by the shape of church bells) fit standard 3-inch…

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Julie McCormick
Hanging Earthenware Bowl  From the garden experts at Terrain comes this lovely earthenware bowl that actually comes with drainage holes. This pick is wide but shallow, so you'll have to make sure to choose plants that can thrive with a shallow root system—succulents and boxwoods are two good examples.  >> $28 from Terrain Hanging Plants Outdoor, Hanging Succulents, Succulents Indoor, Hanging Pots, Diy Plants, Succulents Garden, Hanging Baskets, Indoor Planters, Plants Indoor

Hanging Earthenware Bowl From the garden experts at Terrain comes this lovely earthenware bowl that actually comes with drainage holes. This pick is wide but shallow, so you'll have to make sure to choose plants that can thrive with a shallow root system—succulents and boxwoods are two good examples. >> $28 from Terrain

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Susan McGarvey

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