Here are a few benefits of using hanging pots
- Add vertical interest to your garden or indoor space.
- Save space, especially in small gardens or balconies.
- Improve air quality by filtering out pollutants and releasing oxygen.
- Reduce stress and improve mood.
- Create privacy screens.
- Versatile and can be used to grow a variety of plants.
- Easy to install and maintain.
➜ Hanging Pots for Balcony
Imagine yourself in a stunning, tropical indoor oasis. The air is filled with the sight and scent of vibrant, lush plants hanging gracefully on your balcony or in your living room. What a wonderful way to start your day—sipping a cup of coffee while surrounded by your garden, creating a serene and relaxing atmosphere.
The secret to transforming your garden landscape lies in one simple addition: a hanging planter! These versatile pots have rapidly gained popularity as they can instantly transform any space. By adding your favorite plants to these hanging pots, you can create a garden that will make your neighbors green with envy!
These are some of the best beginner-friendly and popular hanging plants for a balcony.
✅ Spider Plant: Spider plants are beginner-friendly, popular indoor plants, but they work great outdoors too! Spider plants will be a great addition to your balcony with their luscious feathery leaves in bright green hues.
✅ Pothos: Pothos needs no introduction. Great for beginners and thrives in various settings as it's a low-maintenance and hardy plant. Pothos are great for covering large areas. Adding them on a hanging pot to your balcony means extra privacy and extra aesthetics!
✅ Boston Fern: Everyone loves ferns! Their bushy, feathery fronds will get you tons of attention if they hang onto your balcony. Ferns are great for hanging pots, both indoors and outdoors. Ferns are your privacy buddy!
✅ String of pearls: An interesting hanging succulent is a string of pearls. This trailing succulent will be a beautiful add-on to your balcony. Cascading down from hanging pots, the string of pearls will decorate your boring space!
✅ Flowering Plants:Flowering plants like bougainvillea, petunias, and geraniums will not only add vibrant colors to your balcony but also create a serene spot for you to relax.
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✅ Herbs:How about growing your own herbs at home? You heard us right. Be creative and use hanging pots for growing herbs. Herbs, like basil, rosemary, and thyme, can be used to add flavor to your cooking and make your balcony smell great.
✅ English Ivy: Another great choice for privacy. English Ivy grows on massive, their leaves are bushy and trail beautifully on a wall or from hanging pots.
✅Peperomia: Peperomia plants are incredible to grow indoors and outdoors. Hanging pepromia will create a stunning bohemian space on your balcony.
✅ Philodendron:Philodendrons are interesting plants to add life to your dull balcony areas. With many varieties of sizes and colors, you will never run out of options for your balcony with Philodendrons.
Let your creativity come alive and enjoy creating your hanging plants balcony garden.
➜ Hanging Pots Indoor
Sprucing up your indoor garden? Get some hanging pots and planters! These are perfect for small apartments or rooms with limited floor space.
Indoor hanging planters are a great solution for anyone who wants to add some life to their home.
Tip: Looking to create an indoor hanging plants garden? Check out our comprehensive guide for all the tips you need to get started!
➜ Hanging Plant Pots for Bathroom
Showcase your plants in the bathroom with hanging plant pots that won't take up any space. At Chhajed Garden, we offer premium-quality rattan hanging pots that are perfect for adding a touch of greenery to your bathroom.
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Tip: Use pothos and money plants to beautifully cascade from our hanging pots and create a stunning, relaxing space that will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated.
➜ How To Water Hanging Pots
Watering hanging pots and plants should not be a difficult task. To keep your hanging plants healthy, water them when the soil surface is dry. Water once a day on hot days and none on rainy days. Each plant has its requirements, so pay attention to the soil and your plant's needs.
To water hanging plants, you can:
- Take the plant down and water until water begins to flow out the bottom of the container.
- Repeat the process a couple of times if the soil is bone dry and the water runs through the bottom very quickly.
- Use drainage plates.
- Unhook the hanging basket and put it into a tray.