Hanging baskets filled with flowers are a sight to behold, but have you tried growing vegetables in them? You can easily grow a wide range of vegetables in hanging baskets and Flower Pouches™ - take a look at our extensive range of of hanging baskets and containers.
Hanging Strawberry Pouch
Plant up a hanging strawberry pouch with your favourite variety this summer. Simple to plant up and maintain, with full instructions provided to create vertical crops to hang just about anywhere! Suspend them from hooks or nails, against house walls, fences and garden sheds. An ingenious way to grow clean crops, keeping them out of the reach of slugs and snails, at the perfect height for easy picking.
Now made with interwoven polypropylene and stitched for extra strength. Each Strawberry Pouch holds 10 plants.
Height: 55cm (22"). Width: 21cm (8").More info
Printed Flower Pouch
Cover walls and fences with dazzling colour this summer with our decoratively printed Flower Pouch. The new design on this customer favourite brings instant effect - even before your chosen plants have filled out. The versatile planter is also great for edible crops including herbs, salad leaves and strawberries!More info
Direct-Fill Hanging Basket
We know that plastic hanging baskets offer the best growing conditions for your summer bedding plants - warmth and moisture retention, but we also understand that black plastic can look a little stark as you wait for your plants to fill out.
We've hit on the perfect solution with our latest hanging basket. All the virtues of plastic, but printed with the decorative appearance of a moss-lined basket. Not only that, we've added two sizes of pop-out holes for side planting. Whether you use our Postiplugs® or the smaller plugs, both will fit snugly into our new basket.
What's more, our Direct-Fill Hanging Basket is easy to plant and mess-free to boot. With no large openings, compost won't spill out. Simply fill with compost level with the side planting holes, add your plants, fill with compost, then finish off by adding plants in the top. More info