Gardening is one of the most cherished hobbies for most of us. But with urban space fast dwindling, there is just not enough place where we can grow the plants. Even managing the potted plants gets messy because of the demand of space in planting them. Here let us discuss a few ideas of hanging the pots from the ceiling that will save on the living space and enable you at the same time to entertain your hobby.
Embroidery hoop pot hanger
Take an embroidery hoop and glue on it with a permanent adhesive a lightweight and appropriately sized flowerpot. String the hoop pot onto the ceiling or a beam.
Washing bowl hanging pot
Take an old plastic bowl. String it with sturdy ropes at three or four appropriate points. Then suspend it from the ceiling or beams. This makes for a cheap and convenient way of planting the plants at home.
Take a plank of wood and cut into it holes in the size of the pot you wish to fit in. Fix the shelf onto a wall in your living room. Now you can have your favorite indoor plant with you on a shelf of the wall.
Take some old crochets lying about your house. String onto them ropes evenly spaced all around. This will give the crochet a sling appearance. Now look out for appropriately sized glass bottles or other containers that will fit comfortably into the crochet sling. Suspend it from the wall. This will be an admirable decoration inside your living room.
Net bag hangers
Many of the food items we buy come wrapped in net bags. We can make wall hangers for our pots from these net bag hangers.
Cotton rope pot hangers
All you need are a few cotton ropes and stone beads. Intertwine, loop around and knot together the pieces of ropes in such a way as to create a basket space in between them. Take a pot or a food container and place it inside the rope. Suspend it from the ceiling and plant your favorite flower inside it.
Shampoo cap hanging plants
This works out for the plants that need little soil to grow. Pierce in holes on the top of the shampoo caps Pass a string through the open side of the cap with the plant tied onto the other end. As the plant fits into the cap, suspend it from the ceiling. The inverted plants growing from the ceiling will be a fascinating addition to your bathroom where they will need no watering too as they will be able to suck in moisture from the steam in the bathroom.
Moss ball-hanging pot
This unique hanging pot needs nothing more than a mass of mosses that you envelope around a handful of soil. Now you take the plant and put it in this moss ball. Tie the moss ball with threads and secure it properly so that bits from it do not fall off. Suspend the ball from roof and water it timely so that the moss does not dry away.
Take an old bird’s cage and place in it moss as walling and then put soil in it. Now plant some flower saplings inside it. The bars on the cage will provide an interesting novel look to your hanging garden.
These are some of the interesting home ideas of how to create a unique hanging garden at home. They are quirky and easy to do and need little more than easily available items to create them.