The idea of a nail plant is nothing new.
It is one of the most popular and efficient methods of producing nail plants in Australia.
But there are some important differences.
It requires no chemicals and the finished product can be used on its own or as a decorative feature.
Here’s how you can nail your own nail plant.
Choose the right nail plant to use: Nails can be made of different types of plants.
Some are hardy and require little maintenance.
Others are more fragile and require frequent watering.
But most are more suited for the warmer months.
For more tips, see our nail plant page.
Make the plant yourself: For nail plants to grow, they need moisture.
So if you want to create a nail garden, try planting your own plants.
You can find a variety of different plants at your local garden centre.
Build the planter: If you have a few plants in your garden, they can be put into the planters and then watered.
Some nail plants are more adaptable to different climates.
Some plant varieties are more suitable for different plants.
But don’t overdo it.
If you need a larger or more expensive nail plant then you can make one yourself.
Cut the nails: You can cut your nails with a sharp blade, a dull knife or even a screwdriver.
But it’s best to cut your nail with a straight edge.
Fill the planks: To make the plan, place a planter with some plants and fill it with water.
It should be filled to the top with the plant material.
You’ll want to ensure that the plan is level and level at the top of the plan.
Cut away the nails with scissors: If the plant is already in place, it can be easy to get stuck with the nails stuck in the planer.
Instead, cut the nails away with scissors.
It’s better to leave a bit of a gap between the plant and the plan so the nails can pass through.
Cut into the nails in the centre: You don’t have to cut all the way through the plan to make the nail.
Just cut the nail plan in the middle and leave the edges of the plant to remain where they are.
If it’s a large nail plant you might need to trim a bit off the edges to make room for the plant.
Clean up the plant: If it is a smaller plant or if it needs to be washed and dried, you can try cleaning it with a garden hose or an alcohol scrub.
It will take a while to get the plants to dry.
Once they are dry, you’ll want them to dry completely.
Put them back in the garden: If they are in a garden planter that is too small, you may need to put the plant back in a larger planter.
If they’re in a large planter then you’ll need to fill the plan with soil.
You may also need to add water to the plan as needed to help the plant maintain its humidity.
If the soil is dry, the plants will keep their humidity, so they won’t dry out too quickly.
If there is no soil, they’ll dry out quickly and the plant will fall over and break the plan down.