Turn Railings Into Floating Gardens

The Right Railing Planter for the Right Job

Are you tired of scrolling through pictures of beautiful European balconies and feeling envious of the stunning greenery on display? You're not alone. Many of us dream of creating a gorgeous balcony garden but feel overwhelmed by the challenges of installing and maintaining it. That's where Plant Traps comes in – a new tool-free railing shelf that allows you to display your container garden on the ledge beyond the railing.

When it comes to balcony gardening, every railing presents its own set of unique challenges. Thick wooden railings, thin iron bars, and top rails can all make it difficult to find the right planter solution. Even traditional railing planters can be awkward to install and maintain, with some requiring complex hardware that can detract from the beauty of your balcony.

With Plant Traps, solves a lot of these issues This innovative tool-free railing shelf can be used to display your plants at the bottom of your railing, making it easy to find the perfect solution for your space. If you choose to display your plants on the top of your railing, there are a variety of options available – from colorful metal buckets with built-in hooks to larger resin window boxes with hardware and even moss inserts.

If you prefer a floating garden bed at the foot of your railing, Plant Traps is the perfect solution. These innovative railing shelves slide under the bottom rail to extend the ledge into a perfect shelf for container gardening. The included stake instantly pins the plant to the shelf, ensuring stability and security. Plus, because Plant Traps use the floor to carry the weight, you don't have to worry about stressing your railing.

One of the best things about Plant Traps is how versatile they are. You can use them with terra-cotta planters, store-bought baskets, boxes, and they can be lined up like soldiers or , grouped together with space in between. Plus, they can even turn your railing into a trellis, making it easy to add climbing plants like mandevilla and wisteria to your balcony garden.