Do you feel as if you’d more easily thrive in a Dr. Seuss-type world, where everything’s upside-down and topsy-turvy? Maybe plants do too. One way to find out is by growing a plant in the peculiar Sky Planter Upside-Down Plant Pot.
Feeding plants from their roots first makes a ton of sense. It’s sort of like us being fed directly through the umbilical cord or intravenously. Simply add water from the top, I mean bottom of the pot, which is on the top. You know what I mean. The only other ingredient needed is sunlight.
The Sky Planter encourages greenery at home and work without using valuable floor space. “Slo-Flo” internal irrigation feeds water from the ceramic reservoir directly into the roots without dripping. A webbed disc secures both plant and soil so there’s no mess. Defy gravity! Even your larger houseplants deserve a lift! The black medium-sized Sky Planter encourages space-saving and style.
- Specifications: recycled polypropylene or stoneware ceramic
- Pack contains: Sky Planter, Ceiling hook, Extension wire, Plastic plug, Instructions
- Features: White Sky Planter, Made from 100% recycled plastic, Unique design hangs from the ceiling, Save space, Conserve water
Hanging plants from the ceiling is a smart solution for reducing ground clutter as well, meanwhile your plants clean up stale indoor air. Plants can be addictive, and you might find yourself hoarding them after growing several successfully (especially if you grow lots of upside-down ones.) If you had to pick, would you rather be a plant hoarder or a cat hoarder? One thing’s for sure; plants smell great.
Another decorative way to incorporate plants into the home is to hang them in a Glass Garden Globe.