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geauxsfa
Baton Rouge, LA

July 14, 2014
4:34 AM

Post #9893094

Easy to make wall hanging planter. All you need is hardware cloth, wire and coco liner.

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geauxsfa
Baton Rouge, LA

July 14, 2014
4:40 AM

Post #9893100

Another photo

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Wifeygirl
(Caitlin) Fresno, CA
(Zone 9b)

July 14, 2014
8:18 AM

Post #9893289

Cute! What a great idea!!
happgarden
Kansas City (Joyce), MO
(Zone 5a)

July 14, 2014
12:42 PM

Post #9893531

Since it looks like an envelope it would be a great thank you gift. I really like it.
geauxsfa
Baton Rouge, LA

July 18, 2014
4:39 AM

Post #9896478

A friend suggested to edge the planter with jute twine. Not only decorative but also covers the little wire points on the hardware cloth.

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Cville_Gardener
Clarksville, TN
(Zone 7a)

July 18, 2014
4:41 AM

Post #9896483

That's really nice. The edging makes it very special. Lots of ideas there. ;)
Ksbradley21
Hamburg, PA

May 5, 2015
6:41 PM

Post #10067979

Hi there. I bought two petunia hanging baskets at a nursery last week. I am dill event about watering as they are in almost continuous sun. While they look really pretty now, my worry is what will they look like in three weeks or so. In the past they have been initially pretty then boom all the flowers fall off at once due to their maturity and I am left with spindly vines. Sigh. They do not recover even in the fall and with fertilizer. Am I expecting too much or doing something wrong? I would like some color hanging all summer long. I will post picture tomorrow.

Cville_Gardener

Cville_Gardener
Clarksville, TN
(Zone 7a)

May 6, 2015
2:15 AM

Post #10068086

What is "dill event"? Petunias like a lot of sun. They will drop their spent flowers but the stems can be pinched or cut back to encourage branching and thickness.
Ksbradley21
Hamburg, PA

May 6, 2015
9:18 AM

Post #10068276

Lol. Autocorrecting shines through. It was supposed to be the word diligent. Lol
I am uploading a picture for you to see the state they r in now.

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vossner
Richmond, TX
(Zone 9a)

May 6, 2015
9:57 AM

Post #10068299

KSbradley, why don't you start your own thread in the container garden forum and share your concerns about your hanging baskets. It might get more attention than in this thread about wall hangings.

And damned the auto correct, lol
Ksbradley21
Hamburg, PA

May 7, 2015
6:52 AM

Post #10068789

Ok. Will do

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