How do you hang plants from a fence?

How do you hang plants from a fence?

Simple and Quick

  1. Purchase large S-hooks from the hardware or DIY store.
  2. Slip one end of the S-hook over the top of the fence.
  3. Suspend a hanging flower basket from the other end of the hook. You can slide these along the fence to rearrange them as you please or change them out completely in a snap.

How do you hang a flower box on a fence?

Make a 1/4-inch hole at every pencil mark. Set the planter box up against the wooden fence at the height you desire. Start a screw through one of the end holes in the planter box and into the boards of the wooden fence. Allow the other end of the planter box to rest on the ground, if possible.

What plants are best for fence pots?

Top 10 hanging basket plants

  • Petunias.
  • Bacopa.
  • Lobelia.
  • Calibrachoa.
  • Geraniums (Pelargoniums)
  • Osteospermum.
  • Nasturtiums.
  • Verbena.

How do you hang plants outside without drilling?

How to Hang Plants Without Drilling

  1. A Tension Rod.
  2. S hooks.
  3. Wall Hanging Planters with Hooks.
  4. A Clothes Rack.
  5. A Coat or Hat Stand.
  6. Adhesive Wall or Ceiling Hooks.
  7. Suction Hooks for Skylights.
  8. Over Door Hooks.

How do you attach a plastic planter box to a fence?

For each planter, I drilled (2) 1 1/4 wood screws into the fence. Then I drilled 2 holes in the plastic flower planter about 1/2 – 3/4 inch from the top (one of the benefits to using plastic or resin containers). The screw heads fit through the holes in the planter, and the container can essentially hang on the fence.

What should I put against my fence?

Perennials are a great way to beautify a bare fence, like this garden in Flagstaff, Arizona. Select perennials that do well in your area and pair with ornamental grass and plants that will provide fall color. Tall-growing biennials like hollyhocks provide a colorful screen against a fence all summer long.