Lighted Planter Plays Music From MP3 Player or Phone

March 18, 2012 by

Put together your favorite houseplant and music playlist, then with the flip of a switch, accent your space with the multicolored glow of energy-saving LED lights. Green is a luminous, sound-emitting planter with a removable inner vessel for drainage.

There are two designs: a planter and a battery-operated vase, above, which can be placed anywhere, even moved outdoors as it does not require a plug. With both models, one can relax with Green’s six supplied sounds of nature. for drainage, the planter and the vase’s’s inner vessels lift out from the the outer waterproof lighted pot.

And as some report that the stimulating sounds of music help plants grow, you can always let your houseplants listen to their favorite tunes by plugging in your MP3 player or phone with the supplied audio cable.

Note: I wanted to share the concept, but this product is not yet distributed in North America so at this time it is only available to our European and South American readers. If you reside in one of those areas, you can purchase it here or contact the manufacturer.


  1. Seymore Applebaum said:

    The real challenge these days is to find a cost effective self-watering system for indoor/outdoor plants. More and more people are living in high-rise buildings and they don’t have access to land for growing their plants. So coming up with a cost effective self-watering system and possibly lighting system whereby people who live in high-rise buildings can grow plants without being concerned about having to attend to them on a daily basis is something that should be of interest to many people.

    — March 18, 2012 @ 10:23

  2. abercrombie paris said:

    Merci beaucoup pour le partage de l’article sur la trésorerie. C’est un article génial. J’ai bien aimé l’article beaucoup lors de la lecture. Merci pour le partage d’un tel article merveilleux. Je tiens à dire très merci pour ces précieuses informations grands

    — May 19, 2012 @ 03:54

  3. Agen Bola said:

    Ah,they are just in concept stage now. They are super cool though!

    — August 16, 2012 @ 23:59

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