How often do you water hanging plants?


During warm summer days, hanging plants should be watered as much as two or three times a day. One method to know if your baskets are dry is to raise them up from the base of the container. Dry baskets will typically be very light weight and have to be watered at once. When you water your hanging basket, be certain to water sufficient so that the water drains out the drainage holes.
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