There are so many alternatives on the market, to someone who hasn’t tried them all it will be difficult to decide which way to go. Listed below are some of them and an idea of what they are like when put to use.
Sphagnum moss hanging basket liner
Pros – Looks good.
Cons – Expensive, not re-usable and difficult for beginners to use and handle. Loved by birds for nesting material.
Pre-formed wood fibre hanging basket liners
Pros – Reasonable appearance, easy to use – holds compost well, re-usable.
Cons – Difficult to plant through sides and make holes.
Foam rubber hanging basket liners
Pros – Holds compost quite well. Easy to plant top, sides not so easy. Re-usable. Cheap.
Cons – Poor appearance.
Wool moss hanging basket liners
Pros – Easy to plant up.
Cons – Untidy appearance, not re-usable, needs a lot to hold compost well and used by birds for nesting material.
Coco fibre hanging basket liners
Pros – Pre-formed so easy to fill and holds compost well. Nice appearance and re-usable. Prone, after hanging out, to be stripped bare by birds for use as nesting material.
Cons – Expensive, side planting is difficult and birds strip the material to use for nesting!
Supermoss hanging basket liners
Pros – Holds compost well. Easy to fill and plant top. Side planting OK until you need to cut through an overlap in material. Nice appearance. Prone, after hanging out, to be stripped bare by birds for use as nesting material.
Cons – Expensive.
The Amateurs Answer hanging basket liners
Pros – Holds more compost than a typical liner. Easy to plant both sides and top. Can be used on all basket types. Excellent appearance. Re-usable. Ease of use, fast, and neat for amateur or professional use.
Cons – Well, we’re biased but we’ve been in the business over 20 years and feel our liners are the best…. If you don’t think the same then return them with our money back guarantee.