Then there’s the lighter and more economical attached tray system for hanging plants. Most plant stores will sell you a plastic basket that comes with an attached drip trap, along with wire or rope attached to the basket itself. The drawback with this system is that small drip trays allow for very little room for overwatering. Add a little too much water and you end up with muddy water on your furniture or floors. With these precautions in mind, you’re now ready for your own Garden of Eden, away from the roar of traffic and the haze of exhaust fumes right outside your cozy window.
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