Mansion Planter: Creation of designer Nobuhiro Sato, this unique planter resembles a realistic small-scale mansion; its incredibly detailed, complete with windows, balconies, handrails and stairs.
Eggling Planter: A real plant comes out of this one.
Upside-Down Tomato Garden: With this one the tomatoes grow downward from the top and it can hold up to 4 tomato plants at one time.
Kitchen Garden: "Have fresh aromatic herblets in your kitchen. Just cut them when you need some. They can grow vertically."
Tiles Planter: Green Pockets an innovative idea by designer Maruja Fuentes to grow your indoor plants. Sure to add greenery to the interior space and definitely improving the looks.
Manga Books Planters: Tokyo-based artist Koshi Kawachi cultivated vegetables such as radish sprouts in an interesting way using Manga books that can be found everywhere.
Ceramic and Park Planters:
Car Planter: This one comes from Hotel Domus, Maranello.
Office Partition & Foot Rest: "It has an exclusive area to place the plants whilst acting as a divider between work-desks. An automatic watering system takes care of the watering."
A Growing Book: This unique planter makes book reading more interactive. "You get to water and take care of your plants everyday as you see the book, which brings about a different and unique experience."
Pram Planter: Created using a vintage baby pram.
Stiletto Heels Planters: High heels get a second life as planters.
Roman Colosseum Planter: "This artistically detailed sculpture can also be used as a table centerpiece on your patio or porch."
Can Planters: An interesting way to bring a little low-maintenance life to your home office.
Interior Planter by Arwin Caljouw:
Lamp Planter: "This is a ceramic piece attached to the desk lamp arm, it gives us an idea for creative reuse of the real thing."
Pet Plant: Creation of Junyi Heo, "it allows you to see your plant's "emotions" - whether it needs water, is too hot, and other conditions."
Home Farming: It's a self-contained farm for growing plants and raising fish.
Light Bulb Planter: "It's been in there about 10 months now, and it's still not overgrown the bulb."
Outdoor Planter: "The wall was built with 12 cinder blocks and we used Liquid nails to hold them together".
Rock Face Planters: Made from durable rock textured polyresin, these come in a set of two, one large and one small.
Ecohabitare: Industrial designers D Adamo and R Casela created 'Ecohabitare' , a vertical garden. This portable vertical garden can fit in a wall just 3 meters long.
Ekokook: "It's a kitchen system that makes use of all your waste, all of it."
Factory Planter: The geometrical planter is the creation of designer Chiaki.
Sky Planter: It allows you to grow plants upside down inside your room and it comes from New Zealand. It conserves water, uses up to 80% less water than conventional planters. And also it saves space and time too; all you need to do is to water your plants once a month.
Expanding Planter: Designed by Francois Clerc, it's a perfect solution to the needs of urban gardeners with limited space for storing plants in the off-season.
Indoor Vegetable Furniture: 'The Bean Screen is a room divider that grows beans.'
Urb Garden: It allows people who do not have space for traditional horizontal garden to have greenery.
Sound Garden Speakerse: These speakers generate their own electricity using the water added to them plus you will be able to enjoy great music at the same time.
Handcrafted Ceramic Planter: It's a multi-plant ceramic container supporting a variety of herbs and flowers and can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Outdoor Living Wall Planter: A creative way to naturally decorate a blank wall.
Indoor Living Wall Planters: The tray on the bottom collects all excess water.
Solar Powered Planter: Depending on the sunlight the planter will glow for 2 to 8.
Electrolux Planter: Its handy for those who like greenery but would have hard time finding a place for their plants.
Off The Wall Mini Planter: Creation of London design team Thelermont Hupton, these decorate your plain walls with greenery.
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