However. The fully loaded weight of these hanging planters must mean the pylons supporting them are anchored in China.
If I was being industrious today, instead of wishing that I was suspended in a hammock (preferably under a sprinkler with my book saran-wrapped-dry) I would find out what sort of probably-plastic and certainly porous material the gardeners used, how to string them aloft so they don't squash the rutabagas, and how deeply those posts are drilled.
And if I was to nitpick....oh, ok I will....would a dose of primary color on those hammocks have been too difficult? (Or beach stripes? Or polka dots?) Let's re-imagine it in Photoshop--coloring the hammocks and the raw wood posts, gilding with petunias and begonias and tossing in some gargoyle finials, thusly.
Except tassels...tassels...I forgot the tassels....