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Great System for Mounting Pots on Vertical Surfaces: Hang-A-Pot


Saw this product at a trade show and I think it’s swell. I also wonder why I didn’t invent and patent it, but I wonder that about a lot of products. It’s also marketed under the name the Terra Latch.

Pretty simple, the durable Hang-A-Pot screws into a fence, deck post, your house, or anywhere you can drill a hole, then the classic terra cotta pot (or any pot with a one- to two-inch lip around the top) can be hung. Instant container gardens for vertical surfaces.

Because one can safely hang pots up to ninety pounds, it occurs to me that if you had a hot, south-facing fence, this would be an ideal way to grow herbs, vegetables and even flowers for cutting. Made in the USA.

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Don Engebretson
The Renegade Gardener