Yuka Yoneda

OSUSOWAKE Planting System Lets You Share Your Greenery

by , 01/28/10

gardening, green products, planting, green design, sustainable design, eco design, osusowake, suntory, midorie

Growing and sharing greenery has never been easier or more fun! This OSUSOWAKE (which means sharing in Japanese) planter uses a new lightweight material called Puffcal to grow plants. Once the seedlings sprout, you can cut up and divide the material to distribute to friends and family. It’s a piece of cake, and it looks like one too!

+ Osusowake Planter

Thanks for the tip kenma!

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  1. Radule February 1, 2010 at 11:02 am

    And what about roots? Doesn’t cutting hurt the plant?
    Greetings

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