Planters made of Concrete
Designer Jörg Brachmann challenged the problem of plants inside and outside of the house. The unusual garden keeps flowers at a height of 1,48, where you will be able to see them at eye-level.
urbanature is responsible for eye-catchers inside and outside of the house
Green plants ensure freshness and comfort inside of the house, but they also cause some problems sometimes: Garden herbs and pot plants block the windows so that we aren’t really motivated to remove them for fresh air. Heaters at windows dry the soil in the plant pots so that one witted leave is followed by another one. And the summer sun will burn the dried leaves in the end. If all of it blocks our green thumbs, the high garden is a solution. Place it wherever you like in the room for the plants to be seen at eye-level all the time. It is a real eye-catcher – whether in the kitchen, the corridor or the office.
The high garden also looks gorgeous outside: You won’t need to stoop to plant it, there will be no snails or rodents anymore. Instead, your plants are installed on the balcony, the terrace or in the garden as they deserve.
The High Garden: A Garden on Stalks
The high garden is made of five cachepots for five stacks turned inside of each other. One connection elemebt keeps the stacks together in the middle of the object. The cachepots are made of white or grey concrete and the sticks of massive oak wood. Each high garden is handmade, as usual for all the urbanature products. The cachepots are suitable for planting pots of max. 13cm diameter.