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since 1929

Pokon works wonders

Hanging garden

Is your balcony too small for pot plants? Or is the view from your balcony a bare wall? The Pokon Hanging Garden will cheer the place up! And you don’t even need green fingers. The do-it-yourself kit consists of a ‘little green bag’ including potting soil and sufficient plant food for a summer full of colourful accents on the wall.

Super easy

The Pokon Hanging Garden fits the trend of vertical gardening and you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to use. So how do you create a hanging garden? Select your favourite summer flowering plants at the garden centre. The green hanging bag clearly indicates where you can plant these. Open the potting holes with a knife and plant your summer flowering plants. The Pokon Hanging Garden has room for five or six plants. Finally, hang your Hanging Garden on a bare wall and let the summer begin! Choose summer flowering plants such as Campanula, Lobelia or Petunia. Their hanging flowers will create an explosion of colour!

Watering your Hanging Garden

The Pokon Hanging Garden contains enough plant food to last at least six months... the entire growing season! Make sure to water your Hanging Garden regularly, especially during dry periods. Pour the water on top and it will gradually percolate throughout your Hanging Garden. The best time to water is early in the morning or in the evening. You don’t have to worry about your summer flowering plants getting too much water and drowning, because excess water is drained off automatically.

Colourful or edible walls

The Pokon Hanging Garden is available in three variants. The Hanging Garden for Terrace & Balcony plants, such as Campanula, Lobelia, Petunia or Violets, contains enough plant food to last at least six months. There are also two BIO variants, one for vegetables and herbs, such as lavender, basil, or tomatoes and one for berry fruit, such as strawberries. Both have organic potting soil with enough plant food to last four months.