Place this attractive liner in our Copper Wire Hanging Baskets, then fill with potting mix and you're ready to plant. Made from preserved moss secured to a sturdy mesh backing, it's reusable again and again. May also be used as a decorative topper for container plants.
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Nice color and texture
from Miami, FL
Comments about : 14” Moss Basket Liners, Set of 3:
As suggested, I bought these for the copper hanging baskets. They are sturdy and look like moss. However, they are about an inch too short to fit into the bottom of the copper hanging baskets. This means that the white underside is visible and the amount of dirt that can be added is limited. Also, it comes in packs of three - I bought for hanging baskets so I have two leftover.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Moss pieces falling off
from Burlington, VT
I bought this to use with the copper hanging planter as mentioned in the product description, but it doesnt fit well, too small. Pieces of the moss immediatley were falling off everywhere and made a huge mess when i tried putting it into the planter.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Mixed feelings on this liner
from Annapolis, MD
This was sold as a companion to the copper plant hangers. It really isn't large enough. A larger size would have been perfect.
Reviving my hanging baskets
from Chambersburg, PA
I'm using these to revive my hanging grass baskets and extend their lives. Works well!
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Moss Basket Liners are handsome and versatile
By The Mad Potter
The basket liners work handsomely with the hanging copper globes. To control dripping and fast dry-out is easy. Just take a sheet of clear plastic (dry-cleaners plastic is best), cut a 1-inch diameter whole in the center of the sheet, fit into the inside of the basket liner (which is already placed in the globe). Make sure that the that the hole in the plastic is in the center-bottom of the liner. Put in the soil. The weight of the soil will fit the liner and the plastic to the globe. The hole in the plastic will direct the drips into a catch vessel or into another plant below it. The plastic will also slow down the drying-rate of the soil. Clip off any plastic showing above the soil. Then plant..
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