Some plant varieties can grow top-heavy due to either their natural height or heavy fruit. Whether you use the Plant Belt or Trellis (best for vining plants) to help these plants stand tall, you've got easy-to-add, flexible options! You can even add a Plant Belt to help contain a plant you've decided is a little too bushy.
Using the Gardyn Plant Belt
The plant belt is simple to use.
First, identify the best section of the plant to support and where you want to put your strap.
There’s no technical right or wrong way to support your plant. The correct section to support is the one that positions the plant to meet how you want it to stand. We recommend positioning plants so they receive direct light without blocking or covering any other plants.
Once you know what part of the plant you want to support, identify the best column section for the plant belt to reach.
Wrap the thick section of the plant belt around the column, and insert the locking section through the rectangular hole. You may have to stretch the plant belt slightly to get it through, but this is also what makes it hold strong.
Once the belt is attached to the column, loop the thin portion of the plant belt around the part of the plant you wish to support. Insert the end of the thin section through the circle hole in the belt, and adjust the tightness as desired.
Lock the belt in place, and voila! Your plant now stands proud.
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