7 Pocket Vertical Garden Hanging Planter By Ambitious Walnut. 5 Ft Long. Eco-friendly and a Great Gift for Gardeners From Aspiring to Experienced. Satisfaction Guaranteed

CREAT A LIVING PAINTING OR A WHOLE LIVING WALL

This vertical garden looks great hanging alone, or you can create an entire beautiful and vibrant living wall by hanging several vertical planters next to each other.

EDIBLES, FLORALS, TROPICALS, YES PLEASE!

Perfect for an organic herb garden, spinach, chard, arugula. Do you love vertical herb gardens? Each planter has 7 pockets to fill with different plants, the possibilities are endless!

GARDEN ANYWHERE

Make plants feel right at home on your patio, rail, fence, terrace or gate! 5 feet of vertical garden planter gives lots of room for plants without taking up much space! Ideal for rooftop and community gardens

GIVE THE GIFT OF VERTICAL GARDENING

Ambitious Walnut’s vertical planter is a perfect gift for the gardener, family, teacher, urban gardener or school in your life.

DIRECTIONS: HOW TO PLANT IT:

1. Soak your vertical garden in water for 5-10 minutes before planting

2. Fill each pocket with soil until it is almost full

3. Choose your plants based on the amount of light and temperature of the chosen location. Edibles such as herbs and strawberries work great. Or a mixture of tall and trailing succulents is really nice. Get creative!

4. Remove your plants from their pots.

5. Dig small holes in the soil, plant your plants and water gently starting from the top pocket.

*To avoid possible water damage use against a sealed, water-tight surface. This product is designed for outdoor use (unless you hang it in the shower).

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3 thoughts on “7 Pocket Vertical Garden Hanging Planter By Ambitious Walnut. 5 Ft Long. Eco-friendly and a Great Gift for Gardeners From Aspiring to Experienced. Satisfaction Guaranteed

  1. Great way to grow plants in a limited space! I think this is a great way to grow plants in a limited space. It took an 8 qt. bag of potting soil to fill it initially (FYI- an 8 qt. bag of potting soil is about 15″ high and 12″ wide) – and I planted parsnip, thyme, yarrow, parsley, dill, fennel, and mustard. That’s where I was at the time I snapped these pictures. Then, I decided it really did need more soil. I added another bag. If you get about 16 qt. of potting soil, that will be plenty to completely fill all 7 pockets. I hung…

  2. I love keeping a few small plants around I love keeping a few small plants around, especially fresh herbs for cooking, but unfortunately living in an apartment means that I’m limited to just a small patio for my plants. When I tried growing a few herbs in pots last year they all ended up dying when summer rolled around because most of my porch just gets too much sunlight. I was so excited when I found this hanging wall planter because I knew that it would work perfectly on my patio! I was able to hang this planter on the back of one…

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