Plantini: Gorgeous Shelter For Seedlings

November 15, 2011 by

From Another Studio, the folks who brought us the PostCarden, a post card that unfolds into a garden, here comes Plantini, an ornate metal planthouse kit that includes everything you need to grow your own opulent teeny tabletop plant house.

Designed in collaboration with Glasgow model makers Finch & Fouracre, the garden kit contains a flat-packed etched planthouse, step by step instructions, a planting pot, compost disc, and seeds.

Packed in 100% recycled paperboard, Plantini’s constructed of pieces of etched stainless steel that fold and lock together, while the biodegradable bamboo and rice hull dish houses your seedlings.


As well as providing a protective shelter for seedlings, it’s removable canopy and fully etched glass panes allows light and water to filter in.

“Designed to keep and cherish, the miniature jewel-like structure,” according to the designers,”provides an extravagant way to nurture your seedlings.”

If your taste runs more to the rustic, take a look at this little tabletop barn for growing herbs.

Where to Buy Plantini.


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