Succulent Pallet Table: Can you believe it that this cool succulent table is created using old pallets and table legs.
In Writing Planter: Write down any message or note on the chalkboard face of this versatile planter.
Planters Boxes: These look simple yet elegant.
Planter Table by Emily Wettstein: Creation of designer Emily Wettstein who uses used walnut and steel to create each piece, and it features a removable planter right in the center.
Wooden Box Planter: This creative planter was created using box and driftwood.
Colorful Planters: These cute colorful planters by the windowsill brightens up dull and boring windows.
Planter Chandelier by O Arbel: Creation of Vancouver-based designer O Arbel, the 'planter chandelier' made of glass has space for light sockets and planters alike.
Tiered Terracotta Planter: You need three planters; one large, one medium, and one small and you need to adjust them within one another in a way to create a planter that is as impressive and cost-effective.
Wooden Planter: Little bit of space was opened up in the middle of the wood and put several ground that will be the media for plants to grow up.
Antique Sewing Box Planter: A antique sewing box is turned into a creative planter.
Planters by Nicky: Nicky is exceptionally good when it comes to reusing the stuff what others think of no importance. This is evident from the jute bag planter, metal pipe planters, wooden box planter and straw planters.
Reused Wood Planter: Its made from used materials; it measures 4' long by 2' wide.
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.
Monpot by Julien Bergignat: It's a potholder with an inbuilt rotating timer, most useful for the plants that don't need watering every single day. All you need to do is to rotate the base to the setting of your choice like a week or a day and the reminder light will go off at the end of the duration.
Pillow Shaped Planters: Grow bag is an unusual pillow shaped planter that expands according to the plants growing needs.
Multipurpose Planters: The cool design combines an ashtray with a planter.
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.
Floatingfeeder: This a planter module that calculates the density of the fish in water and dispenses the right amount of food. The growth of the plant on the top reflects the condition of the fishes.
Planter by M Salomonsen: It's made of clay and it absorbs water from cultivation; when water evaporates, the storage is cooled and can be used as a space for storing spices and fruits.
Growing Planter: A flexible sheet exterior holds into the grooves of the planter's base that lets the planter adjust to the needs of the growing plant.
Biosfera Lamp Planter: A creative table lamp design that doubles as a planter.
Dish Drip Planter: Cool concept design by Erdem Selek that puts drip water to good use from your drying dishes; the water from your drying dishes drips into the planter and waters the flowers.
Circulating Fishtank and Planter: It's a combination of a planter and a fishtank. 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.
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.
Self-Watering Planter: The unique feature of this planter is its drip feed that allows the plant to get nourished with water when needed.
Re-Flowerpots: At times you lose a sapling due to its incorrect transfer. The unique feature of this planter is that it opens into two parts making transfer easy.
Computer Planter: This unusual planter design combines the computer and planter. It comes complete with soil and germinated seeds; the system functions as a computer and planter.
Magnetic Flowerpot: These planters can be placed on either side of the window glass.
Umbrella Holder Flowerpot: The excess water from the umbrella gets collected and is used by the plant.
Glass Flowerpot: This cool flowerpot is a clear glass container that shows subsoil growth.
Evelamp by Alex: An interesting concept similar to hydroponics; lets you grow the plants using mineral nutrient solutions, without soil.
Plant Growing PC Concepts: "The main idea of this project is to design a CPU that is more concerned about "green thinking' and 'life style' by having a decorative piece."
Mansion Planter: Creation of designer Nobuhiro Sato, this unique planter resembles a realistic small-scale mansion; its incredibly detailed, complete with windows, balconies, handrails and stairs.
Upside-Down Tomato Garden: With this one the tomatoes grow downward from the top and it can hold up to 4 tomato plants at one time.
Tiles Planter: Green Pockets an innovative idea by designer Maruja Fuentes to grow your indoor plants. Sure to add greenery to the interior space and definitely improving the looks.
A Growing Book: This unique planter makes book reading more interactive. "You get to water and take care of your plants everyday as you see the book, which brings about a different and unique experience."
Pram Planter: Created using a vintage baby pram.
Stiletto Heels Planters: High heels get a second life as planters.
Roman Colosseum Planter: "This artistically detailed sculpture can also be used as a table centerpiece on your patio or porch."
Lamp Planter: "This is a ceramic piece attached to the desk lamp arm, it gives us an idea for creative reuse of the real thing."
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