How to Hang a Planter

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Hanging a planter is easy, so long as you've got the right tools and know how to use them properly. Find out how to hang a planter with help from an experienced nursing professional in this free video clip.

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Hey there. Oscar Camona for Healing Grounds Biodynamic Nursery located in beautiful Santa Barbara, California, here today to talk to you about how to make a hanging basket. A hanging basket can be a traditional basket that's got a handle on it. You know, like a kind of one of those big arching handles. It can be a pot, a container such as this that has holes in it for wires to go through and it'll form a tripod and then you can join those three parts and then use them to loop around a hook. And hanging plants is a great way to access and increase limited gardening potential. Here we have a one gallon plastic container where I've cut away the front including the top. Well the handle becomes a perfect hook opportunity to run a piece of wire or twine, string, chain, and or just take a hook and screw it onto the wall or ceiling and hang it off like that and the backing of the wall will hold it upright. Or the post as well, the post would do just fine. So here you go, it's a really easy, usually something you might have around, one gallon water jugs are wonderful for this. But you know it's practical, useful and doesn't cost much. Just put good soil in there. And here we have strawberries and they'd probably go really well because they're going to get more heat in an environment like this. So hanging plants and strawberries is a great way to increase your limited gardening potential at home. I'm Oscar Carmona. I sure hope you found this information useful. I'm sure happy as heck to bring it to you. Remember, feed the soil and let the plants feed you.

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