How to plant a Hanging Garden

How to plant a Hanging Garden

Hanging Gardens are remarkably easy to install and plant up.

Our vertical hanging gardens are ideal for hanging over fences, walls and balconies to create instant vertical gardens.

Each garden has three removable felt pockets for your plants. The felt pockets make planting very easy, they retain moisture for the plants and make Hanging Gardens fun to play with, quick to install and easy to move.

Hanging Gardens:-

  • Allow you to increase garden space and transform bare spaces
  • Are perfect for flowers, herbs, tomatoes, strawberries & other vegetables
  • Are designed for our harsh UV conditions and will last for at least 15 years
  • Are ideal for plants in sunny and shaded areas

Step 1.  Install your Hanging Garden in the chosen spot with screws, cable ties, hooks, nails or staples. Make sure any holes drilled are horizontal and spaced according to the eyelet centre distances. Use galvanised or stainless steel hardware to ensure long life.

Step 2.   Remove the felt pockets and fill them with a with a good quality potting mix. Container mixes such as Tui Pot Power are very effective.

Step 3.   Plant your chosen plants in the felt pockets and water well. The pockets can easily accommodate two smaller plants. Whilst we love the look of our product, the best installation is one where the Hanging Garden is completely obscured. With this in mind choose plants that will fill the space. Try plants that go up, plants that go down and plants that fill out.

Step 4.  Place the felt pockets with the plants into the Hanging Garden, swap them around until you have the perfect arrangement and then sit back and enjoy!

Hanging Gardens can be used in most situations but consideration should be given to the type of plants chosen, the amount of sun and wind they will be exposed to, and how much time you are prepared to spend maintaining your garden. Like any garden, try to maintain adequate moisture levels in the soil. Depending on what you are growing, supplementary nutrients, such as blood and bone, may be required at intervals.

Check out our web site for plant ideas, installation videos and more suggestions.

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