Indoor Living Wall Planter

Indoor Living Wall Planter

Gregory Han
Jan 22, 2008

This is one of those cases where we like the idea, but not necessarily the execution (at least wholeheartedly for our own place). The Living Wall Planter is a white cedar wood frame with a grid of "pockets" for soil and plants, allowing for vertical planting. Hidden away ontop is a top reservoir that slowly feeds your high rise of plants with a steady trickle of water, with a runoff reservoir at the bottom. More information and photos after the jump...

We'd like these more of the "frame" came with a more finished appearance, and with less of a lumbar yard industrial aesthetic. But plants, flowers, or succulents as wall art (and natural air purifier) make for an interesting idea (perhaps an herb garden for the kitchen?), and those inclined could easily paint or refinish the cedar frames into something more decor friendly. Available here.

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