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Maker - Patrick Morris

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Grown Up Planters

Boskke Maker Patrick Morris created his signature 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 has continued to rethink planters to make them feel more modern and has found inspiration in everyday items—like a sewing bobbin, or an upside-down pot.

Whether hanging from the ceiling or displayed in your space, a Boskke planter is a striking addition that is also a just-plain smart way to maintain blooms. All the planters are self-watering and can do the plant-caring job for up to a month before needing a top up. Or add a totem watering cone to a plant you already have to keep it hydrated for up to a week. Now all you have to do is sit back and admire how lovely the plant and planter look together.

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Discovered 8/23/2018

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Maker Story

Grown Up Planters

Boskke Maker Patrick Morris created his signature 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 has continued to rethink planters to make them feel more modern and has found inspiration in everyday items—like a sewing bobbin, or an upside-down pot.

Whether hanging from the ceiling or displayed in your space, a Boskke planter is a striking addition that is also a just-plain smart way to maintain blooms. All the planters are self-watering and can do the plant-caring job for up to a month before needing a top up. Or add a totem watering cone to a plant you already have to keep it hydrated for up to a week. Now all you have to do is sit back and admire how lovely the plant and planter look together.