Pikaplant Jar

Coffeeplant that never needs water

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#4 Product of the DayJanuary 13, 2016

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Rik@rikvandonselaar · Founder Where To Take Your Date @WTTYD
pik in Dutch means penis or stealing
Shauna JinMaker@shaunajin · designer
I'm happy to announce that the Dutch phenomenon, Pikaplant Jar, is now available for the first time in the U.S.! Green your place with zero-effort! In the Bay area? Get one now: https://squareup.com/store/Pikap.... Are you a retailer or buyer? PM me to talk! All our social media links: - Twitter: pikaplant - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pikaplant/ - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pikapl...
Genia@gmiinko · Executive -Blockchain Research Institute
@shaunajin Can I order one to Toronto, Canada? I dont see any canadian stores currently selling them.
Shauna JinMaker@shaunajin · designer
@gmiinko, unfortunately not yet. I'll keep you updated as we grow!
Onno FaberHunter@ogtfaber · CEO, Taptalk
For all the coffee fans, plant fans or coffeeplant fans – just got myself one of these. You'll never need to water them so it's ideal for people that are too busy drinking coffee and forgetting about their plants. This one takes care of itself. Bay area order link: https://squareup.com/store/Pikap...
Ben Wilson@benwilsondesign · Graphic Designer, HighQ
While I like the idea of a self watering plant, I can't help feel that there is something sad about having the plant sealed off from the world haha (in the case of Pikaplant Jar) The others are really cool though!
orliesaurus@orliesaurus · Lasers handler
Shauna JinMaker@shaunajin · designer
@benwilsondesign @orlesaurus that is true, but also part of the critical design aspect of the product that I like. The origin story of this product was to develop greenery for hospitals without bringing contagions in. But not surprisingly, the product gained traction in design communities first!
Leo Moravtchik@moravtchik · CEO, diggidi
I like plants that are almost impossible to kill. These are the only ones I have. I think the other one is called "Pothos"
Matt Nagel@mattnagelmv · PR Manager, Symantec
@moravtchik Seconding pothos as a tough-to-kill plant. (I used to volunteer in a greenhouse.)