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This upside-down indoor plant pot will transform the way you hang your plants in the home, and you'll love the new and unique view of your plants. In this pastel blue colour it doesn't just look great, it's also environmentally friendly and made from 100% recycled plastic. A wide variety of indoor plants and herbs will thrive in the Sky Planter.
The unique design flips the traditional plantpot on it's head and hangs plants upside down from the ceiling, so you can make the most of your floor space. To secure the plant simply use the locking disc to hold it in place, and the plastic mesh will stop any soil from falling out.
A common problem with potted plants is that they quickly lose water through evaporation and drainage. Unlike traditional plantpots the Boskke Sky Planter's clever Slo-Flo internal irrigation system feeds water directly to the plant's roots to limit evaporation and conserve water, which means you you won't have to water your plant as often as you would with a traditional plantpot. A green float stick at the top indicates the water level and will remind you when to water the plant.
Put a house plant into the Sky Planter and it will brighten up any home or office, and make a great feature in a group or on its own. It's also a really useful addition to your kitchen as you can hang fresh herbs like parsley, mint or fennel over the sink and ready to be washed. (Andrew Douse)
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These are mad! Wanted some for ages and were hard to track down-then bob's your uncle IWOOT's on it! I have put herbs in mine and dangled in the window. You probably wont get a fixing on the underside of the window reveal due to a metal/concrete lintle BUT I've dangled them just past and up into the ceiling. Great for supermarket potted herbs that nearly always die inside a week! They are a real talking point, everyone who sees them wants some. Really easy to assemble but do it over the sink to avoid mess and water the top reservoir SLOWLY. I didn't like the blue colour much so I sprayed them with Plasticote (B&Q) primer then a nice ivory colour to match my decor! Mmmmmm lush :-)
The Sky Planter Upside Down Indoor Plant Pot is a nice object to make a boring bathroom look nicer. All the guests are amused and ask where I bought it. Now I know what to give as present to friends.
I hung the Sky Planter in our conservatory. We have a speaker which became waterlogged and is now useless. It was not directly underneath the plants but a combination of a slight breeze and a bushy plant meant that the water dripped off centre. There is no warning about dripping and possible damage anywhere in the instructions.
I've got 4 of these Sky Planters hanging in my kitchen window. They are a brilliant design, the soil doesn't fall out and they are easy to water. At the moment I've got flowers in some and herbs in the others, all are working well. The space saved by putting plants up high is invaluable.
The Sky Planter is a funky reminder of my home down under (OZ) for you more geographically challenged. A super way to grow herbs, ferns and strawberries in my case. We have ours hanging in the bathroom, near to the window and I loves it. It's certainly a talking point when people drop by.
I bought this Sky Planter for my mum and I think it went down pretty well! She's just redone her bathroom so she can't wait to put it up. (Once she's stopped laughing). It hasn't gone up yet, but I'm sure it'll be a great talking point! She thinks the steam from the bathroom will be a great environment for plants.