Plant Placement

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Plant Placement for Single & Multiple Living Wall Planters

Hang Alone or In Groups of As Many As You Like!

Living Wall Planter Hung AloneLiving wall planters have holes in the front and sides. Always plant the holes along the outer sides
and the front. Tuck plants in along the top edge as well. The hangers are included with each planter.

 

 

Planting Singles

Living Wall Planters: Single PlantingWhen hanging a living wall planter alone, plant all the holes in the front and sides. Tuck plants along the top edge as well.

Left: Before planting; the arrows show where to plant.

Right: After planting

 

Planting Two To Hang Side By Side

Hang Living Wall Planter System Two Side to SideWhen hanging a two living wall planters together, plant all the holes in the front and outer sides. Tuck plants along the top edge as well. Don’t plant along the edges that will be joined or the plants will get smushed!

Left: Before planting; the arrows show where to plant.
Right: After planting

 

Planting Four Together

Living Wall Planters- Planted Four TogetherWhen hanging a four living wall planters together, plant

all the holes in the front and outer sides. Tuck

plants along the top edge as well. Don’t plant

along the edges that will be joined or the

plants will get smushed!

Left: Before planting; the arrows show where to plant.

Right: After planting

It’s Easy to Plug Unplanted Holes

Living Wall Planters - Plug Unplanted HolesTake a handful of lose coco fiber or crumpled newspaper and simply press it
over the unplanted hole.

Plant the rest of the layer normally.