Introduction: Custom Plant Pots
This project will allow you to build a very nice vase holder to hang wherever you want.In this way your plant, in addition to receiving the necessary light, will not suffer from the cold thanks to the greenhouse effect of the glass.you can create different compositions by hanging the vases at different heights.
Step 1: Create the Net
Take a glass vase, you can decide the size, or you can alternate different sizes.
Use the string to create the net around the vase.
First of all create a knot from where 8 pairs of strings, about one meter long, start (longer if you want to connect it at a very high point).Starting from below, tie two nearby strings.
When the first level is completed continue with the level above, always knotting 2 threads close together. How much to climb each lap depends on how thick you want your net to do.
When you get to the end, make sure that the last knots are aligned or above with the edge of the jar.
At this point, extend the threads and tie a knot at the height you prefer.You can replace the knot with an iron hook if you prefer.
Step 2: Prepare Your Plants
Now you can put your plant in the pot.
Fill the jar by inserting small stones first to avoid standing water. So the soil with the plant you prefer.
You can put the plant out of the pot (the green one), inside the pot (succulent plants) or you can make the composition you prefer (like my autumn composition).
Step 3: Hang Your Compositions
Can now hang your compositions in the position and height you want, always creating different shapes.
Like having a shelf that changes shape.
You can also embellish them with cold lights if you decide to hang it outside.
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2 years ago
Is the pothos just in water?
These are pretty!
Reply 2 years ago
There is some soil, but it is almost all roots and water