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30-10-2009 I Spy Flower Power

Isn’t it great when we get to look at things we wouldn’t normally have access to? Designer Olga Kalugina has come up with the “EYE” flowerpot which enables you to get up close and personal with the growth and development of your plant. This flower pot is a must for plant lovers and makes a great educational tool for kids as well. You can gaze at length at your plants root system checking its health and progress using visual diagnosis. The pot cleverly maintains an ambient environment of humidity, light and soil conditions and shows them on the display – now that’s flower power!

 

       

 

Picture from: http://www.hometone.org/entry/flowereye-see-your-plants-growing/

If you like this trend, you might also like 'The Vase is Always Greener' , Yin and

Yang Fish Bowl Plant or 'Steckling a.k.a 'On the Edge'.

Comments

  • Posted by Tara on 18/01/2010 14:50
  • Hopefully now I\'ll be able to keep aplant alive for more than a week!

  • Posted by Stuart on 18/01/2010 16:22
  • The actual pot is insane! Did everyone read what it does? Your plant will never ever die!

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