Splatter Plant Hangers
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Our ceramic Splatter Plant Hangers are the perfect way to add a splash of colour to your walls.

Hand painted, each pot is completely unique and offers interesting splatter configurations, complemented by a coloured leather hanging cord of your choice.

Tailored to suit your interior, you can choose the pot colour, cord colour and opt for a gold rim detail if you fancy it.  Your plant hanger will also be supplied with a succulent ready planted so all you have to do is unpack it and hang it up.

Each pot measures approximately 9cm tall by 8cm deep, with a hanging cord of approximately 20cm, which can be cut and shortened if required.  

We recommend using a picture hook or nail to hang your planter.  If you would prefer not to damage your walls then Command Strip Wall Hooks also work very well.

**Please note due to the hand made finish of these pots they may vary in appearance to those photographed here.  Succulent varieties will also vary to those photographed.**

Unfortunately we are currently unable to ship plants outside of the UK.

Caring for your Succulent;
Succulents are praised as being low maintenance house plants.
They need good sunlight, at least 6 hours a day, so keep them in a sunny position close to natural light. Be careful however not to let them get 'burnt' in the sunlight - i.e. a south facing window in midday sun can be too much for your plants. If your plants are not getting enough light then they may begin to bolt (they look like they are stretching towards the light).

Although these plants are fairly dry plants, meaning the can be watered less frequently then most common house plants, its all about getting the balance right. Ideally check your plant every one to two weeks and if the soil is completely dry then give them a little drop of water but be careful not to soak. Avoid getting the leaves wet as this can lead to them rotting. These plants need less water over the Winter period as they tend to remain dormant until Spring and Summer when they start to grow again.  We recommend removing them from your wall to water them to avoid spillages.