Bestselling Planter Basket Liners in 2020
Panacea Products 88592 713976904653 14-Inch Round Coco Fiber Liner, Brown
- Coco liner makes hanging baskets look great
- Pottery product
- Made in China
- Living accents
- Brown in color
- Round in shape
- Made from natural coco fiber
- Measures 14-inches in diameter by 7.25-inches in depth
Gardman R583 Basket Shaped Coco Liner, 12" Wide x 6" High
- Pre-formed for easy installation
- Fits 12" diameter hanging baskets
- Long-lasting latex coated natural coco fiber liner
- Heavy weight coco fiber for maximum life and moisture retention
- 12" Long x 12" Wide x 6" High
Skalny Round Willow Basket Planter with Sewn In Liner & Side Handles, 20" x 20" x 15"
- Measures 20"x20"x15"
- 20" Side handle
- Durable & high quality
- Ideal for any part of your home, fit right in with any decor
- Great gift item for family & friends
Basket Shaped Coco Fiber Replacement Liners 10 inch (3pk)
- This set includes:
- 3 - 10" basket coco fiber liners
Soil Moist Mats For Hanging Baskets Planters and Containers 6pc Pack
- Mat form that reduces plant waterings by 50-percent
- Easy to use, ideal for hanging baskets and containers
Rocky Mountain Goods Hanging basket Liner Replacement - Extra thick coco lasts longer and requires less watering - 100% natural coconut planter basket liner for flowers / vegetables (3 Pack, 14")
- Extra thick coco liner lasts longer and better holds soils and plants
- Requires less watering as thick hanging basket liner better retains moisture
- Rounded to perfectly fit hanging planter basket
- 100% natural coco fiber liner is safe for vegetables and flowers
- Natural coco color looks great with any plant
Arcadia Coco Liner for Wall Trough Planter, 48-Inch
- Forty-eight inch liner
- Coconut husk liners allow for good drainage
- Good air circulation for plants
Panacea 88591 Round Coco Fiber Replacement Liner, 12-Inch
- Hanging plant round basket formed liner
- Natural brown in color
- Made from natural coconut fiber
- Holds soil in the basket but lets water and air circulate; Extend the life of your hanging basket
- Measures 12 Inch in diameter x 6 Inch in depth
Panacea 88596 Half Round Coco Fiber Liner, 16-Inch
- Coco liner makes hanging baskets look great
- New England Pottery product
- Made in China
- Half round coco fiber liner
- Simply remove all the potting soil and plants from your planter, remove the old liner, replace it with the new liner, and add the soil and plants back to the basket
- Extend the life of your wall baskets with this half round coco fiber liner
- Measures 16-inch length by 6.625-inch width by 8-inch height
CobraCo CLH36HTR 36-Inch Horse Trough Coco Liners in Poly-Bag for Planter
- Made from 100% natural coconut fiber
- A great replacement for worn-out liners
- Fits horse troughs up to 36" in length
- Coco liner; coconut liner; liners for horse trough planters; replacement liners
Mintcraft Wall Mount Planter Coco - 14"
- Half circle wall basket
- Finish: Matt. Black
- 14" half circle, wall mount basket with natural coconut liner
- Size: 6-1/2" height x 14" width x 6-1/2" diameter
Bundle of 2 Border Concepts Coconut Fiber Hanging Basket Replacement Liners (12")
- Bundle of 2 coconut fiber liners for hanging basket planters - 12"W x 7"D
- 100% natural preformed coconut fiber
- Great replacement for Spanish Moss planters
- Absorbs water less frequently
- Liners only, does not include hanging basket
Gardman R422 Black 16" Diameter Wire Grow Basket with: Coco Liner, Plastic Insert, 4-Leg Wire Hanger
- The basket of choice for professional growers throughout North America
- Sturdy heavy-gauge wire with a tough black vinyl coating
- Pre-formed coco liner conveniently secured to basket
- Color matching 4-leg rigid wire hanger
- 16" Long x 16" Wide x 8" High
Basic GardenTools and Urban Tool Safety
Urban pioneer gardening; relaxing and rewarding? Yes. Hilarious and at times dangerous? YES! That's why I created this guide; to keep you safe while you plow and seed a little corner of the ghetto.
Be careful not to over react when approached in a threatening manner. One wound up urban native can, in the blink of an eye, become fifteen or twenty if they feel threatened so choose your battles wisely and only utilize weaponry as a last resort. Remember to keep all tools close by.
The basic necessities are, of course, a sturdy shovel, spade and hoe, a spud bar and a garden and leaf rake. Smaller hand tools such as a spade, garden fork and trowel help move the job along and are easily stored in a garden apron to keep them out of the reach of passersby. In a pinch, common household items such as large spoons, forks and serrated knives are acceptable tools for use in the ghetto garden.
Gardening gloves are one of the most overlooked yet essential tools of the urban gardener. Urban gardens are loaded with unexpected items such as old pull tabs from beer cans, bits of broken glass, bottle caps and discarded syringes, therefore, pretty cotton print gloves just don't cut it, I recommend leather. Never dig in the urban garden bare handed, for it frequently leads to a trip to the ER for a tetanus shot or stitches. We at John Thomas Tools recommend an evening length glove because they feel sexier and they also encourage one to go deeper and dirtier without concern for injury.
Gathering twigs and small branches from nearby abandoned properties and using twine to create cages and stakes for use in your garden not only saves money and a trip to a suburban garden center (garden centers don't exist in the ghetto), it keeps from having to replace tomato cages that are stolen by scrappers over and over again.
Before I weed in my own urban garden, I like to first walk the perimeter of my property exposed to the street, gathering trash. There is never a shortage of chip bags, fast food and convenient store beverage cups and other miscellaneous containers that are handy receptacles for small amounts of yard waste
plucked from nearby flower beds. Obviously one has no idea where any of this stuff has been, so as suggested previously, this is a good time for gloves (and in some cases, rubber gloves).
Many urban gardens have been neglected for years before we acquire them and are infested with weeds to the point in which Roundup is the only way to combat them. I recommend using this sparingly and keep in mind that while it kills weeds, Roundup doesn't work on crack heads, prostitutes or gang members (unless you get them in the eyes or an open sore). I should also mention that this kind of use is strictly prohibited by the manufacturer.
Using a minimal number of tools and keeping them close by or on you at all times, along with utilizing various items around you is a more effective, safer and greener way to garden in the ghetto.