Champion Hang-A-Garden Basket 12" (includes chain)
planting on the top and the sides of your favorite flower or vegetable plants.
Easy, fuss-free planting makes changing your plantings easier than ever.
Create professional results with ease. Plant strawberries, herbs, peppers
and more! Great for small space gardening.
used season after season, year after year. Made In The USA.
turnaround times. Includes chain
- For Growing Hanging Strawberries, Veggies, Herbs, and Flowers with
Side Planting For A Fuller Balanced Basket and Up To 6 Times More
Plants -Keeps Your Garden Away From All The Ground Pests.
- Simple: Plant it. Pop It. Hang It. - Tabs Pop In To Secure The Plants In Place.
- Durable And Made To Last - Stop Replacing Straw Planters Every Year
Used By Both Commercial Growers and Home Gardeners;
Color: Gray / Diameter: 12" / Vol: 7.5 Quarts Per Planter / Depth: 6";
Made In USA
with flowers and may have wondered “How do they do that?” The quick
answer is that they don’t just plant the top of the container – they insert
plants into the sides of the basket!
sides through which to insert plants. And at 14 inches wide, our Champion
planter can handle a lot of plants, making it easy to quickly grow a “flower ball”
that’ll be the envy of all your friends.
uses 8 plastic inserts that partially cover the holes in the sides of the basket,
leaving just enough room for plant stems to emerge without being crushed.
These inserts are easy to remove and install.
To remove an insert, place both thumbs on the basket just above the center
of the insert (on the outside of the basket) and push inward. Don’t worry – you
won’t break it. Just push until the basket bends under your thumbs and the
insert will fall out.
them afterward, it’ll be difficult to bend the pot enough to pop out the inserts.
the holes, roots first.
the plant (from the inside of the container) and then push the top into place. You’ll
hear a “snap” as it locks in position. Be careful not to crush the plant as you do this.
few more flowers in the top.
best (for example, sweet potato vine, some petunias, bacopa, calibrachoa).
in the top of the basket so that they will drape over the sides. The basket itself
isn’t particularly attractive so you’ll want to use plants that will grow quickly to
hide the basket.