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Oval pot

Ideal for indoor plants of small dimensions, such as Adiantum, Aechmea, Aglaonema, Anthurium, Aphelandra, Aspidistra, Begonia, Calathea, Chamaedorea Elegans (in photo), Clivia, Maranta, Neoregelia, Nephrolepis, Pandanus, Pilea, Platycerium, Spathiphyllum, Solanum, Vriesea.

Available sizes

Ø30 x 25cm – Vol. 10l

Pyramidal pot

Ideal for indoor plants of small dimensions, such as Guzmania, Spathiphyllum, Begonia, Adiantum, Calathea, Clivia, Ipomoea, Maranta, Peperomia Pilea, Saintpaulia, Sanseveria and bulb flowers such as Cyclamen, Curcuma (in photo), Narcissus, Tulips.

Available sizes

24 x 24 x 30cm – Vol. 6l

Cubic pot

Ideal for indoor medium-large plants dimensions, such as Asplenium, Asparagus, Calathea Lancifolia (in photo), Codiaeum, Cordyline, Dieffenbachia, Dracaena, Ficus, Kentia, Nephrolepis, Philodendron, Sanseveria, Schefflera, Yucca.

Available sizes

40 x 40 x 40cm – Vol. 15l

Cylindrical pot

Ideal for indoor plants of small dimensions, such as Guzmania, Spathiphyllum, Begonia, Adiantum, Calathea, Clivia miniata, Ipomoea, Maranta, Pilea peperomioides, Saintpaulia flower, Sanseveria trifasciata (in photo) and bulb flowers such as Cyclamen, Curcuma, Narcissus, Tulips.

Available sizes

Ø30 x 31cm – Vol. 7l

Four basic types

You can choose between four basic types: cylinder, pyramid, oval and cube. On request we can create custom-shaped pots and sizes. Each pot can be decorated according to customer requirements by choosing designs and colors. You can also combine other types of materials to create unique and original solutions.

Outdoor planters

We can customize planters and vessels of the desired shape and size.
They are suitable for all medium-large outdoor plants: ornamental shrubs, roses, aromatic plants, fruit plants, palm trees.

Use and properties of hemp

Hemp is a plant that in four months can reach four meters in height, with minimal use of irrigation and fertilizers. It is therefore capable of making efficient the use of resources it needs to live and grow, minimizing waste and optimizing time. Nothing is thrown away from the hemp: the seed is useful in gastronomy, the fiber surrounding the stem is used to produce paper and fabrics. The core of the stem, which is the most resistant part, is used in construction as a hemp-lime aggregate.
Hemp has insulating properties and when mixed with lime is a breathable and hygroscopic compound; this makes our pots not subject to external climatic changes and preserves the plants in a healthy and comfortable environment. In addition, hemp absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere: the amount of CO2 it captures is greater than that it emits during its life cycle. This makes it an ideal material to preserve the environment.