Create a Hanging Garden Routine for See-Through Pots and Plants


There’s something magical about hanging plants. They add life to your home and, for the most part, can be set on autopilot with a little bit of work. So let’s get this house plant routine started!



  • Watering should be done regularly, but not too often. The plants will need to be watered once a week or so, depending on how much water the container and plant can hold.
  • The watering should be done at the right time of day, which depends on whether you want your plants to look their best in the morning or evening light.
  • You’ll also want to make sure that there is enough water in the container before you water it again—a good rule of thumb is filling it up until it spills out over the top (but not enough so that any soil has been washed away).


Rotating the pots and plants is the best way to keep them healthy. Rotate them so that all of the plants get an equal amount of sunlight and don’t grow in one direction, which could cause the pot to lean.

You can also rotate your pots so that they don’t seem to be leaning towards the center of your hanging basket.

Clearing out dead roots.

Now that you’ve got your hanging pot and plant, you’ll want to make sure the roots don’t dry out. For this reason, it’s important to check in on your plants every few days. The best way to do this is by removing any dead plant matter from around the base of the plant. If there are dead roots growing under or through the soil (as there probably will be), just pull those off gently with your finger until you find healthy new growth coming up from below. These new green leaves indicate that all is well in this world and will help ensure that no further damage was done during transplanting!


Cleaning is one of the most difficult parts of maintaining a garden, but it is also essential. If you don’t clean your pots and plants regularly, they will not only look bad, but they can also become covered in mold and bacteria that could cause health problems for you or your family members. To keep your hanging garden healthy and beautiful, follow these steps:

  • First remove all of the plants from their pots, except for those that need to be kept moist (like succulents).
  • Fill each pot with warm water and allow it to sit overnight so that any dirt or algae on its surface has time to soften before being scrubbed off with an old toothbrush or similar cleaning tool.
  • Wash away any remaining dirt with lukewarm water until no more comes off easily; then use soap or detergent if necessary (you want this step done last because soap could potentially harm the plants).


Pruning is the process of removing parts of a plant (like stems and leaves, for example) in order to help keep it healthy. You may choose to do this in order to make your plant look better, or you might want to keep its size manageable. There are many reasons why you might want to prune a plant—and there are many ways that you can do it!

To start, let’s talk about why pruning is important:

  • It helps keep your plants healthy. If a stem gets damaged and infected with fungus or bacteria, for example, cutting it off prevents those pathogens from spreading throughout the rest of your garden and into other plants nearby. This way if one thing goes wrong with one plant, it won’t be able to spread illness through an entire group at once; this also means fewer chemicals needed because there will not be as much widespread damage from disease outbreaks occurring all at once (which then requires chemical treatments beyond just applying fertilizer).
  • It helps control growth patterns by removing excess branches so they aren’t growing outwards too far past where they should be going (for example: if you’re trying grow something vertically upwards without any horizontal branching). This makes sense when thinking about how most trees grow—they don’t just sprout outwards horizontally until they reach their maximum height before turning right-side up again! They only grow tall upwards after reaching a certain point where their branches start bending downwards towards the ground again so they can grow back downwards again instead of continuing upwards forever–and eventually dying off due to lack sunlight exposure… unless solar panels were installed beforehand

Hanging plant routines are a good way to maintain your lovely greenery.

Hanging plant routines are a good way to maintain your lovely greenery.

Creating a routine for your hanging plants is an important part of keeping them alive and healthy. Since you’ll be growing them in pots, you won’t have the benefit of soil as a natural nutrient source and will have to rely on fertilizers instead.

In addition to fertilizing regularly, it’s also necessary to keep up with watering routines for both soil-based and potted plants. While some types of plants can thrive without much water at all—like succulents—others require regular watering even if they’re not in soil at all. For example, herbs and other small-leaved plants that grow on vines or stalks need frequent waterings so their leaves stay fresh and green; however, if left too wet they’ll start to rot faster than they should!


That’s it! Those are the steps you need to take in order to create a regular maintenance routine for your hanging plants. By following this guide, your plants will look fabulous and stay healthy with minimal effort on your part.

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