Tiny seedlings and rooted pieces take up too much room.
I looked at vertical planters online and wondered if I could improvise some kind of planter. I was thinking of using hardware cloth but how would I hang it and what to line it so soil doesn't wash out.
A long piece of oak bark off a dead limb in the materials collection fit on one side.
The other side has pieces of lichen-crusted sticks.
Long fibered sphagnum moss lined the planter to hold soil.
Plants used include rooted Graptopetalum rosettes, Burro Tail Sedum, Mistletoe Cactus, Schlumbergera and a Kalanchoe.
It may not hang vertically, but it holds lots of little pieces whose containers took up room and were not attractive. It might look good as a long table centerpiece. This project used up materials that were taking up storage space while they awaited an inspiration and cost nothing.