Since we are focusing on “Planting the Seed” this month, it only seems fitting to spend a little time diving into the literal. Bringing plants into your home creates a warm, alive atmosphere and (on a metaphorical level) invites growth and the space to breath into your home. My personal focus as of late has been plant oriented. Granted, it is spring and the vegetables and flowers we planted have started their reach to the sun so it got me thinking about my indoor space and how much I needed that greenery in my rooms, not just in my backyard.
Chelsey Rosetter and Ben Farber created Plantography out of sheer desire. Rosetter and Farber began creating wall garden boxes for friends and family and soon realized that the demand was so high they needed to expand. On a personal level, I’ve been researching indoor planting boxes such as these for awhile now and I must admit that Plantography is the absolute standard in aesthetics and sheer functionality. From garden planters to art planters, your foray into bringing the outdoors in is right in the palm of your hand. And, friends, let’s make a pact: let’s all hang one of these Plantography planters on our wall and call “Planting the Seed” a done deal.