The good3studio Rootcup Helps You Cultivate Delicate Plant Cuttings

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 8, 2013 • References: rootcup & notcot
It's a little bit easier to act on garden envy with the good3studio Rootcup system available. The clever little kit was dreamed up as a way to give off-cuttings a second chance at life through severing and transplantation.

The design team are manufacturing two tiny planters in small and larger sizes, intended to accommodate different sorts of greenery acquired and the scale of their anticipated root structures. The receptacles are made from a waterproof and UV-resistant elastomer and paired with slotted removable caps.

After cutting the stem of a flower or a miniscule branch from a shrub, you simply feed the stock through a tiny hole in the center of the lid and dip the plant into the water-filled pot. The good3studio Rootcup blocks sunlight and encourages the growth of rhizomes. Stats for Twig-Fostering Flower Pots Trending: Older & Mild
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