Design: ClearlyHerban Garden
Materials: Cell Cast Acrylic; Powder Coated Zinc
Designer: Lesli Ott
"The ClearlyHerban Garden was inspired by a small, urban space and a very curious cat. This cachepot mounts to a vertical surface, such as a window frame, and allows your herbs or other potted plants to be placed above windowsills or away from children and pets. Once mounted, plants can be placed in multiple positions simply by swiveling the arm."
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"With the nudge of a finger, the container rotates up to 360 degrees ensuring all plants can receive equal sunlight. The container can also be easily lifted from the arm and placed on a flat surface, such as a kitchen counter, for ease of plant care and use. Barely visible openings on its longest sides allow you to incorporate something personal into the final design.
The openings accept panoramic-sized photos or other 4x12 inch artwork and protect the artwork from the elements inside. A tiny thumb notch at the bottom corner of each opening allows you to change artwork as often as you like. Each container is handmade by an acrylic craftsman. Art inserts featured here are by M. Bolton Art, LLC. A selection of the artist's inserts will also be made available with the product. Less expensive solid-colored versions of the product (sans insert openings) are also planned. Patent pending and price @ $79."
Designer: Lesli Ott
Location: New Haven, CT
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