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Hanging Baskets

If you’re short on space or want to give your houseguests a floral welcome, hanging baskets provide a perfect eye-level treat.

Create dramatic displays on the patio with our range of equipment for hanging baskets, pots and containers. And don't forget we've got a comprehensive range of flower seeds and flower plants for you to grow in your hanging baskets.

Hanging baskets come in a variety of shapes and sizes including the wire ball, easy fill baskets, 25cm and aqua lock varieties. We also stock, patio vegetable kits, planters and herb wheels.

We have flower towers which gives a fantastic display of colour once in bloom; available both free-standing and wall-mounted.

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  1. Black 12" Rattan Round Basket Quick View

    Black 12" Rattan Round Basket

    Round Basket x 1, 1 Pair, 2 Pairs
  2. Plant Theatres Quick View

    Plant Theatres

    Plant Theatres & Pots
  3. 'Perching Bird' - Hanging Basket Quick View

    'Perching Bird' - Hanging Basket

    Hanging Basket - Buy 1 or 2
  4. Scroll & Ivy Basket Hanger Quick View

    Scroll & Ivy Basket Hanger

    Delivery within 7 days Basket Hanger
  5. Barrel Planter Quick View

    Barrel Planter

    Delivery within 21 days Barrel Planter
  6. Cascade Planter Quick View

    Cascade Planter

    Delivery within 21 days Cascade Planter
  7. Flower Wells Quick View

    Flower Wells

    Buy Pack of 2 or Pack of 4
  8. Antique Bronze Planters Quick View

    Antique Bronze Planters

    Despatch from August 2020 4 planters


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How to Plant up Hanging Baskets

First remove the chain and balance the basket on a plant pot or bucket.

Fit your chosen liner and fill the basket with moist compost up to the point where you want to add the first layer of plants. A solid wall basket will need some broken crocks added for drainage before filling.

Force or cut a hole in the liner (some hanging basket liners already have pre-cut slits, or pre-formed pockets) and feed the roots of the trailing plants through from the outside so that the root ball lays firmly on the top of the compost and the leaves of the plant are on the outside of the basket.

Build up the rest of the basket with compost. Add upright plants to the centre of the basket. leaving about a 2.5cm space at the top to allow for watering. Water well and keep protected until the danger of frosts has passed.