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Grow indoor plants upside down with Sky Planters

BOSKKE founders Jake and Patrick Morris grew up in Morris & James, widely regarded as New Zealand’s most iconic ceramics brand. Boskke is one of those planter designs that could change the way you think about gardening in the home. Aptly named “Sky Planter” this cool and stylish pot is a new concept in your mind, literally turning gardening on it’s head. This new gardening concept is ideal for hanging in your modern home as decorative furniture. It will be nice in your kitchen, dining room, living room, sunroom or even in your study or splashed throughout your home to create a unique look. The result is a cool and stylish interior design. By turning the plants upside down, there is a locking disc that holds the soil and plant in place, and an innovative reservoir system that both conserves water (by up to 80%) and your personal timer that gradually hydrates a plant’s roots. By this stunning award winning design, you can get five advantages all at once; conserving water, purify the air in your home, save your time and save your plant, save floor space, transform your view of nature. The plants are available in two models, you can choose the classic or the original design. Boskke can also be purchased at Velocity Art and Design, or to DIY your own Sky Planters check out Design Sponge.

Grow herbs, small peppers, or cherry tomatoes in your kitchen to conveniently use for cooking.

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lulu
7 years ago

this is hands down the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen

Aviva
7 years ago

How cool is this!

Curious
7 years ago

So…. how do you water them? And, not get water dripping down all over your furniture below them?

Carol Cannon
7 years ago

Very interesting concept. I think I’d like to try a couple plants that way.

rose-reta
7 years ago

terrific i have grown tomatoes upside down works great. love this

Daniel Hunt
6 years ago

What keeps the soil from falling out????

1kindesign
6 years ago
Reply to  Daniel Hunt

Hi Daniel, in the description after the first picture it states the following: “By turning the plants upside down, there is a locking disc that holds
the soil and plant in place, and an innovative reservoir system that
both conserves water (by up to 80%) and your personal timer that
gradually hydrates a plant’s roots.”

eLH
3 years ago

I love the ingenuity, the design and the concept. Very creative and dramatic. Yet so simple. Brilliant!