Fish Tank and Planter: It's a combination of a planter and a fish tank. And what makes it more interesting is that the fishes turn their eaten food remnants into nutrients for the plant; and the water fed to the plant is filtered as it passes through, and becomes clean for the fish.
Lamp Flowerpot: It's a beautiful combination of a desk lamp and a flowerpot; it uses the USB as its power source, and for data transfer. It comes with a built-in microchip that keeps track of power usage and also detects when you need to water your plant, and notify you via SMS or social networking.
Lightpot: An interesting design concept form designers K Schwalb and Orit Magio from Studio Shulab Design; it's designed for growing small plants and herbs indoors. It has built-in bulbs and hence can be placed anywhere in the house.
Sound Garden Speakers: These speakers generate their own electricity using the water added to them plus you will be able to enjoy great music at the same time.
Musical Planters: The Muse Musical Vase is designed to play music like a music box, but instead of a ballerina its your plant. It's designed to hold your plant inside of it and plays music after you twist it.
Illuminated Planter: This unique planter with an integrated lighting system shines upwards to illuminate your plants and your room as well.
Tripot I: It's an intuitive flowerpot that can water its own plant.
Click and Grow Planter: Its an innovative planter, all you need to do is plant the container with a few seeds in it; place this inside the Click and Grow, fill the water tank, connect it to a power source, place the device in a well-lit spot and wait for 1-2 weeks for cute sprouts to appear.
Flower EYE by Olga Kalugina: This flowerpot allows the plant's root system to be seen.
Flowerpot Gadget: A creative idea from designer Mac Funamizu.
Digital Planter: This cool planter measures soil conditions, temperature, and water - calculates these variables based on the need of the said plant, and displays its condition via a screen.
O2 AirPurifier: Place your planted flowerpot on the O2 and water as usual. The excess water is evaporated and the system accelerates the process to give O2. And it also lets you know when they need water.
Timeless Garden: It's an indoor planter with a self-maintaining digital clock.
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