Vermont Nature Creations - Handcrafted Hanging Water Gardens (Plant Rooters)
Hanging Water Gardens—or what some call plant rooters are the most decorative, elegant way to grow plants in water. For years we have called our creations Plant Rooters, but so many of our customers use them as hanging water gardens that we have started referring to them this way.
So if you’re looking for Plant rooters, that's us – If you’re looking for the most decorative way to grow plants in water, you’ve found it. We are the plant rooter/ hanging water garden folks from Vermont.
At Vermont Nature Creations, we guarantee you quality handcrafted designs, which are a perfect hydroponic habitat.
You've seen us at all the big art shows, like The Philadelphia Flower show, The Chicago Flower Show, The Cincinnati Flower Show, just to name a few. Our handcrafted creations, our plant rooters and hanging water gardens, have been voted best of show over a dozen times.
Plant rooters, plant starters, hanging water gardens, call them whatever you'd like; we like to call them our Vermont Nature Creations, or as one of our customers once put it, "those plant hanging things".
What we have designed is a beautiful way for growing and rooting your plants, a hanging water garden right in your kitchen window! They are perfect and convenient for rooting and growing herbs.
All of our hanging water gardens are handcrafted using copper of the highest grade, and artisan stain glass that is hand-selected for its beauty. Our Hanging Water Gardens are individually crafted with your plant cuttings in mind. The unique designs allow the plants to climb and grow around the stain glass to let the sun through. Hanging in your window, the rooter vase will catch the sun and the plants will love it. If you've been told that you don't have a green thumb you must give our hanging water gardens a try!
They are a real winner. In our opinion, some of the most beautiful plants to root and grow in your hanging water garden are; English Ivy, Spider Plants, and just about any herb…my favorite is basil, and mint is fantastic, as well.