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by Grace Bonney


Yesterday it was a whopping 70 degrees outside in NYC. Yep, 70. Apparently spring is already upon us, and I’ll take that as an excuse to resume my green-thumbing with gusto. Since my windows are now open and the sun is shining, these little modular planters seem like a great idea for the windowsill. Designed by Andrew Erdle at Good Erdle, each unit can operate as a stand-alone vessel or be grouped together to create all sorts of beautiful, undulating shapes. There aren’t any drainage holes in these, so you’ll need to use rocks or charcoal in the bottom, but they’d be great for succulents and other plants that don’t require regular watering. Good Erdle planters will be online this spring, but until then, you can click here for more info and to contact about ordering. Thanks, Andrew! xo, grace


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