13 Smart And Cool Self-Watering Pots And Planters

13 Smart And Cool Self-Watering Pots And Planters
Headed out of town? Dog sitter, house sitter, cat sitter. But a plant sitter? No thank you. Instead, we’ve rounded up 13 stylish self-watering pots to keep your plants alive while you’re on vacation or if you just often forget to water your plants. The first is a cylindrical stoneware Self Watering Planter by Chromo... 
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Connect A Pot: Self-Watering Modular And Magnetic Planters

Connect A Pot: Self-Watering Modular And Magnetic Planters
Lack of space? There’s a new self-watering modular pot system for growing plants, herbs and flowers indoors in compact areas. The small, triangular pots connect to each other via strong earth magnets, which also facilitate their attachment to a wall, refrigerator, and even inside your shower. Create “skyplanters” by suspending the pots from the ceiling... 
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Verdure Automatic Herb Planter That Waters Itself

Verdure Automatic Herb Planter That Waters Itself
The Verdure by designer Seoyeonjin Choi is an automatic herb planter. The auto-planter makes use of capillary action to water itself, and this allows the soil to suck in water from a reservoir whenever it goes dry. The Halogen lamp is strong enough to enable photosynthesis, and the reflector in front of it multiplies the... 
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Ceramic Vases With Cylinders For Each Flower

Ceramic Vases With Cylinders For Each Flower
Paris-based ceramicist Cécile Daladier’s delicate, hand-formed vases show off the charms of single stems—any flower, really, that you picked a minute ago from the garden. Cécile’s pieces begin with clay derived from the earth in the Drôme in southeastern France. She mixes it in an industrial bread mixer. She fires each piece over an open... 
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Nature + Science: Aeris Planter + Altrove Air Purifier

Nature + Science: Aeris Planter + Altrove Air Purifier
Milan design studio Lab Fabrici describes their work as a synergistic mix of science, nature, and design, and this all is about Aeris + Altrove planter and air purification duo. Aeris boosts the air purifying properties of the ordinary houseplant by forcing air with a fan through a substrate of expanded clay and activated carbon,... 
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DIY Modern Staghorn Fern Arrangement

DIY Modern Staghorn Fern Arrangement
Staghorn ferns are named for their resemblance to, well, the horns of a stag. They’re epiphytes, which means they naturally attach themselves and grow on the trunks and branches of other trees and shrubs. They can also be attached to other vertical surfaces and hung on the wall, so let’s make a cool arrangement with... 
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Grow Pot: Herb Planter And Cutting Board Duo

Grow Pot: Herb Planter And Cutting Board Duo
Growing herbs is very popular right now, and many people do it even in big cities because everyone wants to eat fresh herbs. There are many options to grow them outside and inside, and today we’d like to tell you about one for small apartments. Grow Pot is a utilitarian union between a traditional clay... 
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Smile Vial Mini Planter With A Magnet

Smile Vial Mini Planter With A Magnet
Aptly named, the Smile Vial by Tom Korzen is an adorable thumb-sized indulgence for your green thumb. Available in various color variants and with its own set of accessories, this magnetic grow-your-plant-anywhere vial can be placed anywhere with the guarantee to make your place look as fresh as a daisy! This piece can be used... 
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Modern And Practical Green Kit Gardening Collection

Modern And Practical Green Kit Gardening Collection
Bubble Design created an at-home gardening collection called Green Kit. The kit is made up of four separate components that include miniature greenhouses, climbing plant supports, and a folding surface to collect loose soil. Invaso is an object placed with plants to help support them in their early stages of growth. Serravaso is a miniature... 
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Stylish Scallop-Edged Pots By Bergs Potter

Stylish Scallop-Edged Pots By Bergs Potter
The Helena scallop-edged line of pots by Bergs Potter was inspired by the work of Italian potter Roberto Rosso, who worked in the 1800s in Bologna. The pots have drainage holes and come in various sizes and with matching saucers, and the pattern is so stylish, simple yet refined that it really attracts attention. The... 
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