The 10 Best Hanging Planters

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This wiki has been updated 14 times since it was first published in May of 2020. An easy way to add warmth to your home is by putting your favorite houseplants on display. While a shelf or tabletop works fine, hanging planter holders offer more flexibility, because you can place them almost anywhere inside or outside of your house without taking up surface space. They come in a variety of designs made from different materials to suit anyone's personal style. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. La Jolíe Muse Set

2. Growneer Macrame

3. Amagabeli 4-Pack

Editor's Notes

June 04, 2020:

Whether you have a green thumb and lush, vibrant plants, or you have a black thumb and simple, artificial plants, you need a way to display them for all the world to see. Tiered planters are always an option, but they take up space that might be used for something else. Hanging planters come in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit almost any plant pots, and since they hang, you don't have to give up any floor space.

These holders are crafted from various materials, such as the Growneer Macrame, which is a handwoven, retro option. This set of 5 holds pots as big as 10 inches in diameter, making it an excellent choice if you have multiple plants to display. The Amazon Basics Holder is a metal selection with a copper finish and a modern design that is much more trendy than macrame. If ceramic is more your style, consider the La Jolíe Muse Gift Set, which combines old and new with its rustic ropes and metallic silver paint.

You can also go one step further and think outside of the box by selecting the Ivolador Terrarium, 3 geometrically-shaped, glass hangers that are ideal for hydroponic plants. The La Jolíe Muse Set is a plastic option that has a much more traditional design, but still retains its elegance.

4. Ivolador Terrarium

5. Foraineam Dual Design

6. Amazon Basics Holder

7. Umbra Triflora

8. La Jolíe Muse Gift Set

9. My Gift Modern

10. Sinolodo Boho

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