Harry Yoell’s Potato Starch Plant Pots Biodegrade at the End of Their Lifecycle

by , 01/27/14

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Designer Harry Yoell created this set of sustainable herb pots from his own potato starch-based bioplastic. The green material is very light and strong, and once the pots have served their purpose they can be composted in the garden. They’re a great option for seasonal herbs or for seedlings that quickly outgrow the containers they’re planted in.

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