Cube by Boskke Just Made Pot Planting A Trendy Design
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Design Design Mar 16, 2017 10:45 AM EDT
Landscaping never goes out of style for any home. Now, the idea of it is just made better with Boskke's Cube. It enables pot planting to be more convenient and decorative. Learn here why you should get one of it now.
Having a plant inside any home, office, or any structure is really beneficial. It doesn't only clean the air but also increase humidity, reduce pollutants, and freshen air temperature. These are just actually very few reasons why Cube is amazing.
According to Boskke's official website, Cube is a whole new plant potting experience. Its unique set-up and practicality is something everyone will love.
"We have deconstructed the traditional plant pot and put it back together in a literally more transparent way," Designer Patrick Morris said. "The clear plastic body reveals the water, soil, and roots of the plant, allowing you to witness firsthand the mechanics of plant growth," he continued.
Boskke Cube's transparent pot serves also as the reservoir for the plant's supply water. It's great for people who want to be a bit of a gardener but don't have the time. Because of its contemporary design, the plant may stay without water for a whole week.
In another report by Core77, it stated that Boskke Cube is perfect for any home. At the price of $45, it has single and multiple pot case. Planting on is also incredibly easy to do.
Any house plant is perfect of Boskke Cube. Just make sure that its snug fit on the pot. Also before planting, it's better to cover first the modern pot's terracotta disc with soil. Then make sure that the plant will have a strong base on it.
With the watering, Boskee Cube uses Slo-Flo irrigation. It's the company's very own innovative system. It uses terracotta's absorbent feature to water stay on the pot.
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