WALL PLANTER MATERIALS
• D-ring hanger • Wooden cutting
board • Drill/screwdriver • Screws
• Spray bottle • Mountable plant, such as a fern or orchid • Sphagnum moss • Clear fishing line
Step 1 Screw the D-ring hanger to the back of the cutting board. Remove plant from pot and lay it on the cutting board. Drill four screws into the board, about 2 inches from each side of the plant’s roots and leaving about 1/2 inch of each screw exposed above the board (A).
Step 2 Cover the plant’s roots with damp sphagnum moss, leaving the tops of the screws visible. Step 3 Tie clear fishing line to one screw. While holding the moss in place with one hand, wrap the fishing line over the moss and around a screw on the opposite side (B). Wrap the fishing line around the screw several times before crossing over the moss again to the opposite side. Continue this process, crisscrossing the fishing line several times over the moss until the plant is secured. Wrap the fishing line around the last screw at least 10 times before knotting and cutting the line. Cover the screws and any visible fishing line by tucking in more moss.
Step 4 Mist the moss a few times a week using a spray bottle filled with water.