Garden in the Air

Look up! The space above your head doesn’t need to be bare, it can be transformed into a hanging garden. With the right plants and innovative airborne containers, you can plant ceilings, walls, railings, porches, and window frames with a whole range of flowering and edible plants, so that even the tiniest balcony or entrance porch can be blooming.

Kokedama is the Japanese art of hanging plants in moss balls tied with string.

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Air plants are perfect for growing in hanging arrangements because they don’t need soil to live.



Garden in the Air


Gutters and old picture frames make good use of vertical space, while wine boxes can be turned into a miniature greenhouse.



Updated: September 29, 2015 — 5:16 pm