iGrow Self Watering Pot

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As a nod to either forgetfulness or laziness, I posses a strong affinity for house plants that require little to no maintenance. Even though I have a strict no silk plants policy in my house, I will not snub my nose at an artfully composed dry arrangement. Nonetheless, nothing can compare to the beauty of a freshly potted plant. When I saw Psychic Factory’s latest product concept over at Yanko Design, I saw visions of entire shelves full of LIVE greenery in my future. With a base designed to store up to a week’s worth of water, the iGrow supplies a steady flow of water to the plant while also avoiding the possibility of spills and open stagnant water.

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Images: Yanko Design



I am a twenty-something interior designer living in beautiful San Diego. Lacquer & Linen is a place for me to share new interior design products, budget friendly DIY ideas and my favorite art and design inspirations. Thanks for stopping by!

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  • http://www.rosybluhandmade.com Michelle

    I share your forgetfulness/laziness when it comes to houseplants–of the six or so I’ve had in the last few years, there’s just one left alive. I highly recommend succulents for people like us! They’re members of the cactus family, and thrive on small amounts of water and neglect…I got a bunch a few months ago, and they’re doing spectacularly well!

    • Sarah

      Oh I love succulents! I discovered them while looking for flowers for my wedding a few years ago and have never looked back. Although- I did manage kill one a few months ago. In my defense it was because the *oh-so-cute* jar I used had no drainage hole so the roots started to rot. Rookie mistake but it was SO pretty while it lasted!