The geometric Shard Planter Bench is more than just planter or bench—it’s a sculptural piece of art. Designed by Charles Constantine for Planterworx’s Element collection, each Shard Planter Bench is custom made to the dimensions and specifications desired by the client. It’s an investment piece, though a truly spectacular one.
Woolly Pocket’s breathable fabric planters, made of recycled plastic bottles, whick water away to avoid root rot and are available in nine different sizes and shapes (ranging from $29 to $247) and three colors that include both freestanding and modular living-wall models. If you’re brave enough, you can even carry your plant and its planter around as a tote with the Woolly Vagabond “living breathing handbag.”
The Food Map Container may look like a bathtub but is the ideal planter. Its lightweight recycled-plastic basin features a contoured drainage system built into the bottom and it sits on a metal-tubing frame and locking rubber casters, which makes moving it a breeze.
You don’t get much more mid-century-modern than the Pod from Pad Outdoor—and once you see these, you’ll want many more than just one. The aluminum planter, finished with an exterior-grade powder coating, comes as a half skirt (shown) and full skirt and can be placed directly on the ground or atop a 15-inch or 22-inch (shown) stand. Available in white, red, orange, brown, gold, and seafoam.
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