Wow, right? This is not some kooky art installation, but a very practical design by ceramics studio Boskke.
The Sky Planter, allows you for the first time to grow plants upside down in a space saving solution! Also eco-friendly, each ceramic pot houses a simple internal reservoir system to feed water directly to the roots, ensuring little water wastage. A twist and lock lid [slid around the mouth of the planter] keeps in the soil and stops drips.
I just love the idea that you can have plants surrounding you from above, taking up no surface area, just like a jungle in the sky!
Ceramic Sky Planters come in white and black and in small, medium and large sizes starting from £19.99. Click here for stockists in your area.
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