Recycled Sky Planter

By BOSKKE

Starting at $24.95

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An upside down planter turns a plant on its head in a stunning way. Hang it from the ceiling and plants like orchids and ferns (and even some fruits and veggies, like tomatoes) will happily grow upside down. The planter locks soil in place so there’s no worry about dirt falling out. And a terracotta watering disc buried in the soil provides consistent watering for up to two weeks.

  • Materials: Recycled plastic, plastic mesh, terracotta
  • Includes one Sky Planter, ceiling hook, extension wire
  • Instructions: Unpack your Sky Planter and install ceiling hook securely. Ensure Slo-Flo reservoir is secure by pressing it down firmly. Gently remove plant from its container and place into Sky Planter. You may need to add more soil to ensure a tight fit. Cut mesh to fit stem of plant and place on top of soil. Insert locking disc around plant stem. Rotate to lock in place. Invert Sky Planter and hang. Pour water through top hole to fill reservoir
  • Great for plants like English Ivy, Peace Lily, Rubber plants, Anthurium, Kentia and Areca palms, and common kitchen herbs
  • Perfect for use in your home, office, or kitchen
  • Suspended planter saves surface space
  • Planter regulates the amount of water fed directly to plant roots through the water reservoir—no need to water plants daily
  • Designed to be used indoors but can also be installed outside
  • Dimensions: Small: 3.7" diameter x 5.1"; Medium: 5.5" diameter x 7.5"; Large: 7.1" diameter x 9.8"
  • Weight: Small: 0.5 lb.; Medium: 1.1 lbs.; Large: 2.3 lbs.

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Gave to my daughter for her birthday

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My son-in-law has the earlier version of this planter and was impressed with the updated version. (he teaches engineering design)

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About BOSKKE

Hanging Plants

Patrick Morris from Boskke first created an upside down planter in 2010. We (and many of you) were taken with how striking the planter looked, and amazed to learn how it worked. Patrick is back with an update of his modern design. This time, instead of ceramic he’s using recycled plastic for his hanging planters, but the eye-catching magic is still the same.

Though the plant hangs upside down, there’s no water leakage and soil is locked in place, avoiding any dirty messes. A terracotta watering disc buried in the soil slowly and consistently irrigates the plant. For plants you already have in your home, you can add a totem watering cone to keep them consistently watered for up to a week.

All of that easy, low-key maintenance is topped off with a truly dramatic presentation. Whether you hang an orchid, fern, or even tomatoes, a Sky Planter is sure to turn your decor on its head in the best possible way.