How To

 

Wally Pockets

installation tips

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Step 1

Select & Measure

Select an area for your plant wall and measure up.

Consider light levels and the dimensions and impact that you want. Choose the pocket configuration that will give you the right amount of coverage. 

Mix and match pockets to get the wall size you require 

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Step 4

Overlap

If you’re joining pockets next to each other to make your row longer, overlap the pocket by screwing through both eyelets together 

For several rows, create a 5cm overlap for the pockets

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Step 7

Plant

Mix up trailing plants, some feature foliage and small upright plants. Train trailing plants to the sides of your wall Direct the roots towards the back of the pocket so they are in close contact to the tongue at the back as this is how water is distributed around the plants

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Step 2

Mark out holes

Mark out your wall using a spirit level to ensure your rows are straight, marking your screw holes.

Depending on the size of your wall and the material you are screwing into, you may want to attach a sheet of marine ply or rows of battens to the wall first. 

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Step 5

Prepare for planting

If you are installing an irrigation system, now is the time to thread an irrigation dripper line through the loops behind the tongue of each pocket. Use end connectors, and “T” connectors to create a dripper line for each row of pockets

Partially fill the pockets (approx. 2/3 full) with a container potting mix. You may want to lay out a tarp. This part can get a bit messy.

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Step 8

Water in

Once all planted, water towards the back of the pocket so water is wicked down the felt tongue at the back. (water approximately 1L per pocket)

 

Water slowly so that the water distributes evenly through the pocket

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Step 3

Screw in pockets

Have someone hold the pockets up while you fasten them to the wall through the pre-sewn eyelets using the multipurpose screws provided. You can either predrill the holes, insert the fasteners (for plasterboard and masonry) or drill the screws straight in (for timber or sheet metal).

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Step 6

Prepare the plants

Using 2-3 plants per pocket, gently tease the plants out of their containers, place in the pockets and scoop in additional potting mix to cover the root areas. Start from the top and work your way down

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Step 9

Admire

Once you’re done, step back and admire your living masterpiece!

 

Wally Eco Planter installation tips

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Step 1

Check your components

Components: 1 basket, 1 divider, 1 wall bracket, 1 drip line clip (optional use).

 

Hardware: 3.175 mm flat head screw, 3.175 mm  drywall anchor.

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Step 4

Pot up

Add soil around root balls. Ensure soil comes up higher than holes on the reservoir dividing panel.

Always use high grade potting soil

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Step 2

Install the reservoir

Flip the reservoir panel around and firmly slide it back into the planter to lock it in place.

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Step 5

Install your bracket

Use a 0.632 mm drill bit if using the included anchor. If not, use a 3.175 mm drill bit.

Use a hand screw driver to drill in the last half of the screw. This prevents loose brackets.

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Step 3

Place plants

Place plants in base of planter and arrange accordingly

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Step 6

Install your planter

Using two hands, place the back of the Eco onto the mounting bracket.

Top water outside of the reservoir and gently pack down soil before hanging. Repeat monthly for best results.