When it comes to planting annuals, perennials or vegetables plants, most people look at suitable places outdoors where the DIY planter box receive full sun and sufficient air circulation.
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- Clean a bucket of 5 or 10 gallons container and use it as a pendant. Make a hole 3-4 inches (8-10 cm) in diameter at the bottom for the flowers to use as output.
- Place a newspaper at the bottom of the pan to keep dirt out of the hole and cut a piece of 2 inches (5 cm) of the newspaper for your planting flowers.
- Find a place where you can hang the pot and it has the right amount of light for your chosen flowers.
- In equal parts potting soil mixed with compost as DIY planter box for your flowers. Add a fertilizer granule 5-10-5 for plants with more nutrients.
- Pushes the ball of each plant through the paper and the hole, moving to the bottom, so that the root remains inside the pot while the foliage leaves.
- Transfer the ground mixture with a spoon and press it around the root ball of the DIY planter box to ensure that the plants well.
- Move the pot to the designated height and can assure good. Water the plants with 2 gallons (8 liters) of water to the soil to fasten well.