Osusowake by Japanese design studio Kenma is a sharing plant system that can be divided and distributed between family and friends. This is the perfect gift for those on a budget-one purchase can be divided into 12 separate gifts. All you need to do is make sure the plant doesn’t die between buying and gifting it.
This sharing plant system can be divided because it is made with a soil substitute that is lighter and more versatile than crumbly old dirt. This makes Osusowake easily dividable and was also a factor in the plant system winning the first-ever 2009 Midorie Design Contest.
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