Even with limited space, you can bring the garden indoors with an indoor living wall. A vertical garden or green wall inside your home not only utilizes this otherwise unusable space, it helps remove toxins and purify the air. Bring the nature inside your home!
A plant may not require a drainage hole to thrive, though proper water technique becomes more critical. If your planter does not have a drainage hole, we recommend adding a handful of small stones, sand or charcoal to the base of the planter. This will give excess water somewhere to go. To avoid over-watering, simply mist the plant with a spray bottle or water lightly with a watering can. Depending on the water needs of your plant, you may need to adjust the frequency of your watering schedule.
When you add soil, make sure the soil line is below the hardware or below the knotted rope. If these are exposed to moisture they will degrade over time and ropes can snap.
Put rocks on top to help with water flow and prevent water and dry soil from flowing over the top edge of the planter.