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I am always on the lookout for new hanging planters, but I usually find them to be out of my price range or just not quite right. Recently I spent an evening searching online for DIY versions, and I rounded up 15 tutorials based on the old school macramé planters of the 70s. There are plenty of ideas to inspire you, using a variety of materials — rope, cording, leather, brass fittings, even t-shirts. Grab that pretty twine you've been saving, or that old t-shirt you can't part with (but…

Hanging planters are having a resurgence in popularity, and with their space saving design they are a perfect fit for square-foot-deficient plant hoarders (ahem, me) and aficionados alike

This handmade and beautiful macrame plant hanger is made of a ecru colored natural cotton cord. The cotton cord is made of natural fibers and is 1/8 inch thick. I have searched long and hard to find the best cotton cord available, after trying every single supplier I have found a local family owned german rope factory that makes the highest quality cotton rope. Recommended pot size is aproximately 4-5inch in diameter and 3-4inch tall. The hanger is aproximately 105cm / 40 inch in l...

This handmade and beautiful macrame plant hanger is made of a ecru colored natural cotton cord. The cotton cord is made of natural fibers and is

Take advantage of rhubarb season with this easy dessert. Baked and unmolded, this cake resembles a pale pink mosaic atop velvet-crumbed and vanilla-infused cake. The rhubarb, which you’ll add in raw, is tangy and tender, firm enough to give you something to chew over. It’s an easy half-hour of prep and another hour and change in the oven, ample time for a light supper, anticipation of dessert hanging in the spring air. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

NYT Cooking: Take advantage of rhubarb season with this easy dessert. Baked and unmolded, this cake resembles a pale pink mosaic atop velvet-crumbed and vanilla-infused cake. The rhubarb, which you’ll add in raw, is tangy and tender, firm enough to give y

Rhubarb is one of the most beloved and earliest spring wild foods. Enjoy it in a wide variety of desserts, but also as a unique ingredient in savory recipes. We found a wonderful selection of rhubarb recipes to share.