Fiberglass planters – Hanging fiberglass planters can show Viking plants with long, trailing tendrils to their best advantage. Hanging planters can also add color and life to otherwise dull, common areas of the home interior or exterior. A poorly hung fiberglass planter, but can be a recipe for disaster. You want to place the planter place where it is visible, available and fully supported. Hanging a planter in the wrong direction can result in a dangerous accident.
Line fiberglass planters with moss or a plastic liner, both of which can be purchased at home and garden stores. If you are using moss, soak it and wring it out to add a handful at a time around inside the planter. Moss layer will be about 1 1/2 inches thick. Choose where to hang your planter. You can bury a shepherd hook in your garden for hanging planter less than 6 meters from the ground, hanging planter from a wall or post or hang it over your head from a ceiling.
Attach an angle bracket to a wall or post to keep hanging planter. Screw the 2 1/2-inch screws into the prefabricated holes in the bracket. If attaching the bracket to a stone or brick exterior wall, you need a masonry drill to screw it into the wall. Prepare a ceiling for a hanging planter by per-drill a 1-inch hole in the ceiling, and then screw a 1 1/2-inch screw hook. Drill two small holes on either side of fiberglass planter, if not already done for hanging. Find the vertex of the chain attached to fiberglass planters; balance the weight of the planter evenly by hand. Push the planter chain on the hook or bracket where it will hang.