Set up the hanging wire basket bin in an arrangement territory where soil and water may be spilled without concern.
1.Line the basket bin with a coconut fiber covering or 2-inch layer of sodden sphagnum greenery. Tuck greenery in painstakingly to make a firm covering without openings. Smooth down edges of greenery at the wire basket bin edge to make a perfect look.
2.Fill the holder with a dirt mixture to an inch from the top edge. Pack down softly. Some dirt uproots when plants are put in the basket container.
3.Pick the biggest plant for the middle of the basket container. Pick vines or trailing plants for the crate edge. Burrow a gap for each one plant with the trowel. Put each one plant marginally deeper than the dirt line.
4.Embed the sharp trowel point into the wire basket bin lining from the outside to make a few gaps around the sides. Spot plants into the openings, guaranteeing plant roots touch soil.
5.Splash the basket bin completely and permit it to dry out. Include soil if the dirt level sinks. Watch that all plant roots are secured with soil. Hang the basket bin in its picked area when all water has emptied out.