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Ken Wingard's Upside Down Houseplants

Ken Wingard's Upside Down Houseplants
  • Vase or planter with a neck or rim
  • Piece of stiff plastic
  • Soil
  • Plant
  • Rope


  1. Cut plastic to fit opening in neck of vase.
  2. Cut a slit and a center hole big enough for base of plant.
  3. Tie a knot at end of rope and thread long end of rope into vase and out of bottom.
  4. Fill vase with soil.
  5. Plant plant.
  6. Fit plastic circle around plant using slit and wedge into vase neck.
  7. Hang!

Upside Down Hanging Houseplants

Ken Wingard teaches the family how to hang indoor houseplants upside down without spilling dirt and water all over the place.

For more, visit Ken Wingard at KennethWingard.com and follow him on Twitter @KennethWingard.