Urban Garden: Container Gardening with Hanging Plants
- Ideal for digging when planting, taking up plants, turning earth and more
- Extra-large handle with Softgrip® provides exceptional grip and comfort
- Extra-large polished cast-aluminum head with sharp edge moves more soil faster, resists rust and cuts through tough turf
- Durable design won’t break
- Handle hang hole provides easy storage
- Full lifetime warranty
- Big Grip Trowel (400S)
- Ideal for cutting packaging, cardboard, twine, rope, linoleum, zip ties, upholstery, plastic sheeting, wire and much more
- Spring-action design minimizes hand strain
- Contoured, loopless handles make it easy to operate while wearing work gloves
- Titanium-coated blades are three times harder than steel for cutting performance that lasts
- Serrated blades provide extra grip to make cutting slippery material like plastic sheeting a breeze
- Ribbed, Softgrip® handles provide excellent grip, comfort and control
- Built-in wire cutter makes cutting light wire easy
- Thumb-activated lock provides safety when not in use
- Length: 9"
- Lifetime warranty
- Shop-Shears™ Hardware Snip (9")
Dig in tough soil with a tool that’s as durable as it is comfortable.
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Easy-to-squeeze design makes quick snips through heavy materials a breeze!
18 guage wire
1. Determine what kind of container you’d like your plants to be in. You can re-purpose glass jars, aluminum cans or ceramic pots. If your container doesn’t have handles or a hang hole, you will want to drill one to string wire through.
2. Loop wire through the hole in your container. Twist the wire together to secure. Be sure to measure the length you want your plant to hang before trimming the wire.
3. Use the big grip trowel to fill your container with potting soil.
4. Remove your plant from the tray it came in and loosen the root ball. This allows the plant to grow a strong foundation when it is re-planted.
5. Add the plant to the pot and fill in soil around the sides.
Hang your potted plant and enjoy.