There's a new inside out planter from the New Zealand design studio that bought us the upside down Sky Planter, a pot plant hung from the ceiling. In the company's new pot design, called the Boskke Cube, the process of root growth is on display. The clear body of the Boskke Cube is also a water reservoir, supplying up to four weeks of moisture.
“We have deconstructed the traditional plant pot and put it back together in a literally more transparent way," says Patrick Morris, creative director and co-founder of Boskke. "The clear plastic body reveals the water, soil, and roots of the plant, allowing you to witness firsthand the mechanics of plant growth.”