Hung out to dry?
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.