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Today the price of land is very expensive because the house has limited land in development. This causes the area of the park to also decrease because the land is used to optimize the space requirements needed by residents, so the green area of the provider of oxygen for homes is very limited. Seeing this case, one of the solutions that can be taken is to replace the concept of the park which was previously horizontal to vertical.
How do you form a garden or a vertical garden? One of them is by applying a system of plants in pots that are hung on the wall. From a technical point of view, increasing the number of hanging plants can absorb pollutants, reduce dust due to plant moisture, refresh the surrounding air and reduce stress. While in terms of non-technical plants that are hung on the wall is one of the aesthetic elements that add to the beauty of the exterior and interior of our home. In addition, if we are resilient, hanging plants decorating walls can also be a promising business area in the future.
1. The Rope Is The Main Object In Placing Hanging Plants
The object that must be there to make a hanging plant is certainly a rope, besides as a medium hanging rope can also add beauty to hanging plants. You can make the rope more beautiful by using colored straps, and you can also make unique knots for your plant hanger.
2. Wood Can Also Be Used As A Means To Place Hanging Plant Pots
You can also use wood as a container or base for your plant pots. Or you can also use wood as your hanging plant pot.
3. Arranging Hanging Plants is the Best Way to Arrange Plants
By arranging your hanging plant into one vertical row, besides saving space it will also make it more beautiful when viewed.
4. Used Goods Can Be Used As Hanging Plant Pots
Besides you can use pots that are commonly used for hanging plants, you can also use used items as your hanging plant pots, such as used drink bottles, jars, straw sacks, and used fruit racks.