Are you an urban dweller aching for a garden of your own? You don’t have to move to the suburbs or pester your landlord to let you up on the rooftop anymore. Designer Godefroy de Virieu and landscapers Louis de Fleurieu and Virgile Desurmont have come up with a flexible alternative to the traditional garden. Simple and portable, the Bacsac is a planting bag made from a permeable/porous geo-textile that prevents asphyxiation of the soil, allowing you to plant just about anything anywhere. Available in an array of shapes and sizes, each Bacsac is 100% recyclable, UV-resistant, frost resistant, tear and traction resistant, adaptable, hang-able, stackable… need we go on?

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Via Designboom