Railing planters add a touch of beauty in unexpected places; ideal for small terraces or patios, you can place a planter to any sturdy railing rail able to withstand pot, potting soil and plants. For a funny look, fill your pot with a plant that will produce widely disseminated a cascade of leaves or flowers. To theming, design a rail planter that matches your furniture or other design elements.
As for any railing planters design, all railing, handrails on lower supports, must be sturdy and strong enough to support a plant, potting soil, and in this case, a chunky wooden planter. Designing planter to form an almost regular rectangular box with slightly wider than bottom edge handrail
A hanging pot not straddles rail, but it hangs just inside or outside, with support of a robust support that hooks on top of railing planters. If you have a wrought iron railing or other narrow materials, opt for a hanging pot rather than one that sits atop railing. As for any type of rail planter, hanging planter exert a force on rail, this time pulling slightly to one side; make sure railing structure can withstand load. With a hanging pot, you can use any robust planter select hardware support is adapted.