poketo planters

by Grace Bonney

If there’s one thing I learned from homes in Portland, it’s that I need a lot more plants in my home. I’ve resisted the urge to clutter up the new clean space with plants (like I typically do), but after seeing how common house plants (especially beautiful succulents) were there, I’m convinced it’s time to take the leap again.

These new planters at Poketo are a great way to feature plants without taking up too much counter space. I love the hanging A-frame style planter — it would be great for a porch or any interior room that needs a little greenery but doesn’t have much surface area to spare. Poketo is also carrying two wall-mount styles that are perfect for smaller pots. They’ve got “kitchen herbs” written all over them. And if you do have some counter space, these three-ring pots come in standing versions, too. As the summer temperatures force so many of us inside (and out of the sweltering heat), it’s always nice to bring nature inside. If you can’t be out in it, at least you can have it around you. xo, grace

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