Plants love hanging around

by Natasha Starkell | 16.04.2013 | art , diy | 0 comments | Rating: 0 votes

Plants love hanging around

Plants love hanging around

Check out this green tutorial and create your own personal Hanging Garden of Babylon...

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Check out this green tutorial and create your own personal Hanging Garden of Babylon...

You'll never get to see The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world as sadly they no longer exist, however, follow this great tutorial and you can create your own hanging garden in your home. It's surprisingly easy to do and your time will be rewarded with an amazing focal point that is sure to impress your visitors. They'd look great hanging over the dining table during a dinner party. It's also a great way of having plants in the house if space is limited as they're not taking up any valuable surface space. The process involves picking a shade loving plant such as a fern, binding and wrapping the roots in moss, then inserting the roots into a ball of soil and encasing the soil ball in another layer of moss. Then all you need to do is to suspend them from your ceiling. You'll find full instructions and some handy tips to making your hanging garden looks its best at http://missmoussetache.blogspot.nl/2011/03/make-your-own-moss-world-kokedama.html


Natasha Starkell
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