Hung out to dry?

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - LYNDA’S PROJECT -

Trail­ing house­plants that look in­trigu­ing in hang­ing planters in­clude don­key tail suc­cu­lents, wax flower (hoya) and string of beads (Senecio row­leyanus). For up­side-down planters, opt for moth or­chids, peace lilies, tilland­sia bromeli­ads, maid­en­hair and hen and chicken ferns. How do Sky Planters work? The Slo-Flo ter­ra­cotta reser­voir goes in the bot­tom of the pot first. This ir­ri­ga­tion sys­tem holds enough wa­ter to keep your plants’ thirst quenched for up to two weeks. Sky Planters are de­signed to fit any stan­dard 12cm pot­ted house­plant. Once the plant is in the pot, tuck the mesh in­ner sleeve over the top to stop the pot­ting mix fall­ing out once sus­pended. Click the top rim in place and flip the pot up­side down to hang and fill up the in­ter­nal reser­voir with wa­ter.

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