Creative ways to set up a hanging garden

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“Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul”, said botanist Luther Burbank. We couldn’t agree more and we think that decorating with plants is one of the easiest ways to make your home feel bright and cozy. There is no need to be a skilled gardener… just let the images below inspire you and choose your favourite one!

One of the most known hanging systems is the one created by Boskke. The designer duo produces ceramic sky planters that allow you to garden upside-down. They say “Floor space is a precious commodity. Ceiling space not so much”. This is a stylish and creative way to decorate your home and you can always count on a special irrigation system that guarantees water to your plants up to two weeks.

Our second pick has a nomad character and can be used both for hanging plants and transporting them. It is not a coincidence that is called “Nomad”. It is a rectangle-shaped piece of fabric folded into a double-sided pot with an eyelet for hanging it. Created by Miriam Josi and Stella Lee Prowse, better known as The Garden apt., has an essential and adaptable soul and allows the soil to properly breathe.

Last, but not least, an option designed by Angus & Celeste from Australia. Have a look at their coloured hanging pots made of ceramic. It is a quirky idea for contemporary spaces and allows you to save space in a very decorative way. These hanging planters are suitable both for indoor-outdoor spaces and include an extension cable to suit high ceilings. Are you ready to set up your hanging garden?

Photo credits: Boskke, The Garden Apt. and Angus & Celeste

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