Plant pots have evolved—they now hang upside down. Besides looking awesome, these upside-down plants save space and water, allowing even tight urban apartments to have a bit of greenery. Not only are they practical, but they’re also pretty dang cool. Your friends will be so amazed by your upside down plants and you kids will also enjoy doing an experiment with you where you grow some plants upside down.
What began with upside-down gardening has now shifted indoors with the help of companies such as Boskke. However, you don’t need to buy a special pot in order to grow upside-down plants. You can make your own pot using common materials such as tin cans and plastic bottles.
Here are some DIY, upside-down plant ideas to inspire you to try this fun trend out for yourself.