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I've seen wall hanging pocket planters (some type of plastic-like material or gardeners fabric)in a nursery. I think they're filled with annuals, then can be disposed at the end of the season, and they hang length-wise on an outdoor wall. It would be easier to locate them online if I knew the proper name. Thanks
 
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Vertical hanging wall planters with pockets. You can leave out the word pockets when you do your search. Do an image search as well.
 
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Saw these at a garden center yesterday filled with pansies. Very pretty. They will dry out quite quickly, however. Water frequently---like every single day. There wasn't a whole heck of a lot of room for the soil.
 
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Would these work for you?

Click the how to link for more info too.

http://www.kinsmangarden.com/c...Living-Wall-Planters


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~So are the days of our lives
 
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Another How to link for you.

http://www.sunset.com/garden/b...kets-00400000064879/


~Like sands through the hourglass
~So are the days of our lives
 
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Maybe you are referring to
"Wooly Pockets?"

They are recycled plastic containers shaped into "wooly" textured planting bags. Seen them in blue, brown and black.

Shirley

www.EdenMakersBlog.com


Shirley Bovshow, "EdenMaker"
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hiya, SHIRLEY!!!... good to see you here!!!.... been following you on Facebook...you've been BUSY!!! nice of you to take time out to drop in and see us!!!

hugs, woman!!!


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Thanks for the replies. Beau's Rose, the ones at Kinsman Garden would be perfect for what I want. It would cost me initially $800 to get what I'd like!!! (sticker shock) I'll probably go with something like the hang-a-pot hanger and use painted flower pots. Thans again everyone.
 
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Hi Toots!
It occurred to me that I haven't checked in to the gardening board here in a while, so I did!

I like answering questions and helping out.
Great seeing you on Facebook too.
Shirley


Shirley Bovshow, "EdenMaker"
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Mountain Beach,

Oh no for the cost! I hope there is some inspiration so you can create something else that will work.


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~So are the days of our lives
 
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Oh i can make them out of hog wire.2 OR 4 INCH SQUARES.
 
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How do I see the picture?
 
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They do seem expensive. I would think they'd dry out fast too as mentioned earlier
http://www.gardeners.com/Grow-..._Cat,default,sc.html
 
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I bought three 36" vertical planters made from 5 inch PVC pipe many years ago. Each one had 27 holes for plants and a smaller 1 inch pipe that ran down the middle with small holes drilled into it--you put water down the middle pipe. The bottom end had a cap. They lasted 15 years. They were really a bargain. The bags are disposable at the end of the season but they seem expensive for what you get.
 
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