|Start with a birdcage!|
You can spray Rustoleum on the cage a few days prior if you want, but since I can deal with a little rust, I went au naturale. I lined the base with long grain sphagnum moss, removed a Rhipsalis baccifera from it's container and inserted it into the cage, lining with more moss. I chose Rhipsalis baccifera because the hanging stems mimic the vertical chartreuse bars on the cage. I might even end up letting two ceramic birds nest in the cage as soon as I find some.
If you want this look in your own garden, you can use any plant that you would normally place in a hanging container as long as you disguise the container with moss or coir. To hang, just use some sturdy ceiling hooks and picture hanging wire. If you'd rather not hang it, the cage container would even look cool sitting on a table or plant stand. I hope you liked this idea! I'll continue blogging about the Disney honeymoon trip tomorrow... I just couldn't wait to show you!