Woolly Pocket Garden

June 25, 2009

Overlooking the odd hipster-y naked people on the website, I really like these Woolly Pocket hanging gardens, which come in all sizes.

 I actually have a thing right now for vertical gardens. I recently read an interesting blog where she talks about a vertical vegatable garden installed on the side of a food bank building in LA.

MOSS SUND Architects and Fig Forty have created the fantastic CISTA Rainwater Harvesting System. The harvesting system provides 100 gallons of rainwater storage within an 8-foot vertical planted frame. Below right is the concept featured at the 2009 Interior Design Show in Toronto…..sure beats the typical barrel collection method!

Watering Balls

July 3, 2008

Smith and Hawken now has watering balls for your plants. Simply fill with water and insert the tip into soil near the plant root.

Watering Balls

Madison Planter

June 12, 2008

I have this thing for planters… put some succelunt in it and I’m a goner…

Madison Planter

Succulents

June 11, 2008

so I want to get this planter

and create this…along with horizontal fencing, I having an obsession with succulents arrangements.

Planters

April 15, 2008

I’ve been eyeing up planters….as if I could keep plants alive…

Kenji Square Planter

Red Storm Flowerpot

Herb Ladder

March 21, 2008

Every time I see a planter I think of my mother because she is obsessed with plants. The herb planter can be placed horizontally to be placed on a table if need be. I only wish you could get a larger version for house plants, then I’d have a wonderful Christmas idea…

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Dimensions (H x B x D): 4.13″ x 4.13″ x 20.87″

Herb Ladder   $53.90   

Grobal

March 9, 2008

I think I mentioned before that I kill plants….so when I see a product that claims to be able to help me with this I’m intrigued….

The Global is a self-watering planter that they claim “…is a foolproof way to grow plants and flowers without day-to-day watering or green-thumb know-how”

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 The 7″ Grobal sells for $19.95 and the Baby Grobal at 4.5″ sells for $13.95

Grobal

Floating Planter

February 27, 2008

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Modern Home  $650.00

“My Lazy Garden”

February 21, 2008

I like things I can’t kill….

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Alex Davis Designs

Egg Planters

February 20, 2008

Just something about these

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of course, $95 seems a bit dear for a planter if you ask me, especially one that is 8 1/2″ high x 6″ wide. But hell, if you have it, and you want it, here it is.