Hanging Plants. Upside down.

Hanging Plants. Upside down.

Jackie Boucher
Sep 7, 2011

We can think of at least three awesome reasons to start hanging plants upside down in our small apartment. First, it's space saving; these plants don't take up any floor space. Second, they are way more kid proof than plants on lower surfaces. Third, it's pretty quirky and would make a great conversation piece at our next party.

But we still can't decide if it's totally hot or totally weird. If you are in the "it's hot" camp, check out the Boskke website (ceramic and recycled plastic pots range in price from $15 to $60). Re-Nest did a full review of a Boskee Sky Planter which is worth a read.

(Via: If It's Hip, It's Here)

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