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.
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