|Tuesday Products: Plant Pot Holders|
|Written by Heleigh Bostwick Tuesday, 20 September 2011|
I’ve seen plant pot holders made from all kinds of things from hollowed out slate blocks to of course those macramé hanging baskets popular in the 1970s and Victorian funeral urns to a pair of blue jeans (the worst of the lot in my opinion). So when I discovered these plant pot holders I was overjoyed, except for one thing.
UK entrepreneur Kim Jenkins has found a clever way to recycle the discarded sacks used to transport fruits and vegetables to the London markets. These colorful plant pot holders are not only a sustainable garden gift, they’re quite charming and a propos to growing plants. The only problem, is that they only seem to be available for sale in the UK.
Each plant pot holder is unique and measures 13 cm. or approximately 5 inches in diameter. I think they’re the prefect outfit to dress up that container herb garden growing on your sunny windowsill. If anyone knows of a similar product in the US, please contact me!
Photo source: www.henandhammock.co.uk