Heads up…Just when you think you've seen every possible kind of household planter, we've found a The BOSKKE upside down Sky Plantermodern showstopper that seems to defy gravity. Created by Patrick Morris, an industrial designer from New Zealand, the stunning ceramic Sky Planter suspends ferns, ivy, orchids, herbs and vegetables from above, filling the upper reaches of a room with beautiful growth. The Sky Planter has a sleek, contemporary feel that's perfectly balanced by its organic contents.
The Sky Planter is suited for just about any houseplant, but it does more than turn The BOSKKE upside down Sky Planter a plant on its head. An internal reservoir system feeds water directly to the roots without leaking or evaporating. There's no mess of water overflowing from pots, and the Sky Planter requires up to 80% less water than traditional containers. It locks soil in place so there are no dirt spills, either. Best of all, the system is so efficient that plants only need to be watered once or twice a month (perfect for frequent travelers).
Patrick Morris, BOSKKE Sky Planter Patrick (on the right) conceived the Sky Planter during his last year at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. He took it to market with his brother Jake through a company they started called BOSKKE (which means "small forest") in New Zealand. It's a great way to save space and resources while decorating the ceiling and purifying the air with plant life.Buy the BOSKKE upside down Sky Planter here.
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