Diane Pham

100% Recyclable Planting Bag Lets You Create a Garden Anywhere

by , 03/17/10

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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


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  1. PaTrond PaTrond April 2, 2010 at 6:07 pm

    Oh yeah! Com’on, do a corner in that Fiat 500 now! Example is pathetic, but idea is ok… well, it doesn’t really save the world at all but yeah.
    (why example sucks: Fuel usage increases and the car is a death trap because of raised weight point. Rolls over extremely easily.)

  2. Mildred March 18, 2010 at 4:59 am

    So cool! Getting green is everyone’s business now. Thanks for sharing. By the way, GMP Champion Avery Hairston, age 17, has saved New York City over $5MM in energy costs just by replacing light bulbs. How much can you save at your home?… Support Green My Parents: The Youth Movement to seed the Green Economy! Earn over $100 at home for families and save the Planet! So vote for 1 million youth to win $250k at http://pep.si/vote4gmp then join us on Facebook at http://bit.ly/gmp2fb. See you there!

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