Simple Unfolding Planter

May 13, 2013 by


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


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.


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.


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


Available at Yonoh Studio.


  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:

    — 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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