Simple Unfolding Planter

May 13, 2013 by

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Yonoh Studio’s Tyvek Opot simple wall planter arrives rolled in a tube ready to unpack, fold, plant, and hang.

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You can have it planted and on the wall in a matter of minutes it up on a wall via its two symmetrically placed eyelets.

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Place a planted container inside, and you are ready to hang. yonoh-opots

Tyvec is the same material used as a waterproofing layer in building construction, making Opot weather and UV resistant.

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Opot is durable and an easy way to create an almost instant vertical garden wall indoors or outdoors.

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Available at Yonoh Studio.

5 Comments »

  1. Ned Hamson said:

    polyethylene – plastic – that’s Tyvec. Made from petrochemicals or ethenol. Not exactly, the best way to lower carbon footprint and grow plants for eating or

    — May 13, 2013 @ 11:14

  2. Robin Horton said:

    Thanks for your concern Ned. My research showed that Tyvec is a #2 plastic, which is supposed to be safe. The US Postal Zevice received Cradle to Cradle certification for its Tyvec postal envelopes. Here’s a story about Tyvec on Treehugger:
    http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/tyvek-sustainable-one-designer-in-a-quest-to-create-the-perfect-wallet-thinks-so.html

    — May 13, 2013 @ 12:18

  3. Ned Hamson said:

    Not concerned about that kind of safety – it has to be made from oil or ethanol – and that production is not helping us at all. Just sort of ironic – growing plants in newly made plastics.

    — May 13, 2013 @ 12:59

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