The Plantation Element Grows Plants Indoors Upright or Upside Down

By: Misel Saban - Aug 4, 2016
References: store.moma.org & betterlivingthroughdesign
The Plantation Porcelain Element offers a soil-free terrarium for consumers to use indoors to cultivate small plants and herbs. The planter is designed to function using water and sunlight and allows owners to watch as their plants grow through the glass bell jar. The planter can either be used upside down or the right way up, depending what plants are being cultivated.

The terrarium is small and slender, opting for a functional design that is suited to small spaces. The base is made of porcelain and houses a ventilated pot to place germinating grafts or seeds inside. The plant can poke through the holes and begin to grow upwards. Alternatively the planter can be used upside down for herbs or vines that coil and sprawl outwardly.