Easy Urban Gardening with Bosske Planters

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August 8, 2014

New Zealand–based Bosske derives its name from “bosky,” an old English word meaning “small forest.” Expanding on this concept, Bosske creates gardening products for small spaces, including indoor environments like apartments. Bosske’s line of products also includes self-watering reservoirs that enable them to practically care for themselves, making them ideal planters for busy professionals. Find the planters in the Dwell Store.

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  A best-selling product at the Dwell Store, the Bosske cube is available in a small, large, and trio planter. Structured in a clear acrylic cube, the planter is designed to reveal the inner workings of each plant—soil, roots, and all.

    A best-selling product at the Dwell Store, the Bosske cube is available in a small, large, and trio planter. Structured in a clear acrylic cube, the planter is designed to reveal the inner workings of each plant—soil, roots, and all.

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  The Boskke cube is filled through an opening in the corner of the plant. Simply filling the water to the marked line in the cube will enable the plant to be effectively irrigated for thirty days. Once the water dips below the line, it’s time to refill the water. If there is any sediment or dirt in the cube, the cover—including the plant—easily pops off, making cleaning the planter a breeze.

    The Boskke cube is filled through an opening in the corner of the plant. Simply filling the water to the marked line in the cube will enable the plant to be effectively irrigated for thirty days. Once the water dips below the line, it’s time to refill the water. If there is any sediment or dirt in the cube, the cover—including the plant—easily pops off, making cleaning the planter a breeze.

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  The Bosske cubes can be used to house flowers, giving a pop of color to an apartment, or a variety of other plants. The trio planter makes for a great herb garden on a kitchen windowsill or counter.

    The Bosske cubes can be used to house flowers, giving a pop of color to an apartment, or a variety of other plants. The trio planter makes for a great herb garden on a kitchen windowsill or counter.

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  In addition to its fleet of cube planters, Bosske designed the Sky Planter, which can be hung from a ceiling or covered porch. The interior of each planter includes a self-watering reservoir, limiting the amount of time one needs to spend watering. The hanging model also limits the amount of floor or table space that traditional planters take up, making them perfect options for small apartments.

    In addition to its fleet of cube planters, Bosske designed the Sky Planter, which can be hung from a ceiling or covered porch. The interior of each planter includes a self-watering reservoir, limiting the amount of time one needs to spend watering. The hanging model also limits the amount of floor or table space that traditional planters take up, making them perfect options for small apartments.

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