Mason Jar Wall Planter | Stacy Risenmay

Mason Jar Wall Planter | Stacy Risenmay

Mason Jar Wall Planter | Stacy Risenmay

I have added a new post about my wall planter that answers a lot of the questions I have been getting.

mason jars on the brain. I have seen several versions of this idea. I have seen them used on coat racks, for bathroom stuff and for craft supplies. I thought, why not use them as planters? I hung out in my hallway.

I have always wanted to put a shelf or something on this wall but since it is the hallway and there is a lot of traffic, I was worried things would get bumped and fall * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Duty All Stainless Hose Clamp

* Quality Potting Soil

* Rocks or gravel for drainage

I made sure and picked plants that were meant for medium light and that did not grow super fast. I did not want to have to transplant them for awhile.

Step # 1.

I got a scrap piece of wood and laid the clamp on it. I got a nail that was about the size of the screw I would be using, and then hammered the nail into one of the slits in the clamp. It forced the slit in the clamp open so I could then screw it to the wood board.

Step # 2.

I screwed the clamps to the board.

Step # 3.

Then I screwed the board to the wall. When the jars are added they will hide the screws used to attach it to the wall.

Step # 4.

Add rocks to the bottom of the jar. Add a little potting soil and then the plant. Add more potting soil around the plant.

Step # 5.

While I held the jar in place I tightened the clamp. Those babies are not going anywhere!

What is your favorite way to display houseplants?

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