Creative Container Gardening With Modular Planters

April 25, 2012 by

Handmade of Ohio of white stoneware clay in their small Illinois studio, these modular planters from Good Erdle can be creatively configured to suit your space. The pots were inspired by designer/partner Andrew Erdle’s desire for a good-looking tabletop modular planting system versatile enough to dress up drab interiors like the offices he interviewed at before launching this father-son company.

“I went from living on a farm to working in ad agencies. Interview after interview during the recession confirmed some office trends: stagnant interiors and a lack of plants. Designing a tabletop modular planting system became my priority.”

The eight Elliot Modular Planters come in sets of two, four, or eight–the number you need if you’d like to create a full circle container garden, above. As there are no drainage holes in the legs, so the planters are best used with flora like succulents and cacti that require less watering.

Although you need not worry about leaking water, you can, as the designer advises, fill the legs with sand, stones or charcoal to absorb the draining water.

Good Erdle was launched in 2012 by father and son team, Andrew and Richard Erdle. “For some reason, people assume we’re brothers,” says Andrew, “but we’re actually father and son.”

Each planter weighs 2 lbs. and measures 6” x 6” x 6”.

2-Pack: Reg. $$64, Sale $48
4-Pack: Reg. $128, Sale $88
8-Pack: Reg. $256, Sale $168
On sale until tomorrow at noon 4/26/12 at



  1. 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 @ 03:49

  2. Agen Bola said:

    I grew some golden chard this year, which is looking great, and is the one thing to have evaded the marauding armies of slugsâ?¦but I picked some for the first time a couple of days ago and it tasted VERY bitter â?? even with copious amounts of olive oil, butter and salt it had an unpleasant tang. Iâ??ve had chard plenty of times before and not had this problem â?? could the bitterness have been made worse by the weather conditions this year?

    — August 16, 2012 @ 21:55

  3. chitra swamy said:

    wish these were available in India…they are lovely!!!

    — October 6, 2012 @ 00:44

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