Plant Pot Bookends

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A plant pot split in half.

  • Waterproof bookends in the style of a traditional plant pot
  • Plastic pots supported by hidden metal L-plates
  • Slide pots from base for mess free watering
  • Plant not included

Create unique living bookends that hold your favourite novels between potted foliage - just add plants. Brighten up your bookshelf with this clever two-part planter. The waterproof bookends appear to be one traditional style plant-pot, cut in half. Two metal L-plates discreetly support the books and hold the planters in place, so they won’t fall over or spill any soil. When your plants get thirsty, simply slide the pot up from the metal base for mess-free watering. The best gift for book-smart botanists. A growing design worth reading about, by Andy Mason.

 
 
 
 
 

Create unique living bookends that hold your favourite novels between potted foliage - just add plants. Brighten up your bookshelf with this clever two-part planter. The waterproof bookends appear to be one traditional style plant-pot, cut in half. Two metal L-plates discreetly support the books and hold the planters in place, so they won’t fall over or spill any soil. When your plants get thirsty, simply slide the pot up from the metal base for mess-free watering.
The best gift for book-smart botanists.

A growing design worth reading about, by Andy Mason


WATERING - Lift off pot from metalbracket before watering. Water so that the soil ismoist. Let it dry outcompletely before watering again. Check by pushing your finger into the compost. Do not overwater. Too much
water can kill plants, and there are no drainage holes in this pot (to keep your books dry). Give your plants as much light as possible. PLANTING - Choose plants that do not require a lot of water. Use pumice stones or perlite in the base of the pot to add drainage. Use the recommended soil type for your plants. If handling cacti, try wrapping newspaper around the spines (you'll thank us!).
 
Suck UK - Designer
Andy Mason
 

Andy is a product designer born and raised in the UK, earning a degree in Industrial Design from Brunel University in 2014. After interning at Suck UK for a year he went onto a full-time position, moved to London and kept creating awesome designs for another 4 wonderful years. Andy has since gone on to work at Joseph Joseph designing innovative kitchenware products sold all over the world. Apart from design he loves bikes, beer, space and pizza.

 

www.andymasondesign.co.uk

 
Products by Andy Mason made by Suck UK