Around September, you can bring hanging baskets indoors to add a new dimension to your houseplant display, and plant up with flowering or small foliage plants.
We used a basket that can be used for both indoor and outdoor displays. To make your display stand out even more, shop around for hanging planters. There are some stunning hanging pots and planters out there – from angular, geodesic designs to hanging rope planters.
If you’re after more hanging basket inspiration, have a peruse of our pot and container projects.
Discover how to plant up an indoor hanging basket in just three steps, below.
You will need
- Hanging basket or planter
- Potting compost
- Water-retaining granules
- Indoor plants of your choice – we used Tradescantia zebrina, variegated Plectranthus and Streptocarpus ‘Polka-Dot Purple’