By turning houseplants upside down, designer Patrick Morris has created a container that saves water and doesn't take up valuable floor space — an important factor in small space living.
The Sky Planters are made of ceramic and have a special reservoir for watering (it reduces drips and evaporation) and a unique mechanism that holds the plant and soil.
I'm excited to try this in my apartment — my limited natural light is mostly near the ceiling (bizarrely enough). I imagine certain species of plants would take to an upside-down life very well, and others, not so much. Any suggestions for upside down plants?
Via: The Style Files.