Rainwater Harvesting PET-Tree System Makes Urban Gardening a Breeze

by , 11/22/11

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Pet-Tree is a vertical eco gardening system made from recycled PET containers. The design consists of structural plastic pieces and PET pots that are combined to form a tree-like shape. The system also has a built in water circulation system, and it harvests rainwater while feeding plants through drip irrigation. The project allows space-starved urban gardeners to grow a wide range of plants, and it’s a great option for organic growers. Designed by Dr.Hakan Gürsu from Designnobis, the Pet-Tree has been honored with a Green Dot Award and an International Design Award.

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  1. Mithrael Dumais October 30, 2014 at 12:36 am

    I Would love to use this in my garden!! Can you direct me to a distributer?

  2. Claudio Luiz Dasilva July 23, 2014 at 1:50 pm

    Where can i buy this Pet-Tree?


  3. pitigarcia October 2, 2012 at 4:09 am

    Where can i buy this Pet-Tree?

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