Happy DIY Friday! This week, family member and garden coach Shirley Bovshow shows you how to grow hanging plants at home, no matter where you live! Check out the instructions below.
Planter brackets or ceiling hook
Macrame plant hangers- 3 ropes for round saucers, 4 or more ropes for square shape
Plastic pot saucer — size to fit your plant design or moss-plant boxes with plastic liner
Three, 4-6" inch houseplants
Sheet moss cut to fit around potted plants
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Place your pot saucer in the macrame holder making sure the plant hangs at eye level for easy access
Place pot liner on tallest plant (spider plant) and place in saucer
Place foliage plant (fancy leaf begonia) next to it and push back
Place your cascading plant (creeping charlie) in the front
Wrap all the plants together with sheet moss so you don't see the plastic pots and fine-tune plant foliage
Watch Shirley demonstrate how to make your own collection of hanging plants in the video below!
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