Grow your plants inside-out with no soil, only water.

The terraplanter is an inside-out planter for growing plants indoors. It holds water on the inside and diffuses it outwards, sustaining the plant which grows on the surface. πŸ’§πŸŒ±πŸŒΏ
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Hey Product Hunters, Eran here - creator of terraplanter along withΒ @elad_burko. We are really excited to share this project with you. Our vision with the terraplanter was to create a new home for plants to thrive indoors. We created an inside-out planter that functions as a water bank - the water inside and the plant grows on the outside. The material is solid yet porous; allowing water to diffuse through it. The terraplanters structure is built from 1,400 cells that are multi-functional. They hold seeds, host water droplets for plant roots to drink, and the micro texture on the surface of the cells provides grip for the plant roots to grip. We are here all day to answer any questions and keep an open ear to your comments and suggestions :)
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@elad_burko @eran_zarhi This is lovely. Cant wait to have one at home!
@elad_burko @eran_zarhi this is good. Let's have one for my desk today. This should look very good inside my YouTube shooting.
Neat! So excited to try this out in my home. I feel like I want one in every room πŸ™ƒ
@benln Thank you so much for the positive vibes 🌿
Chia Pet? Ch-ch-ch-ch-chia...lol. That’s what came to mind.
@lucky_jeffman 😊 Yes, the terraplanter can grow chia, but it was designed to grow many different types of plants including: orchids, ferns, begonias, hoyas, mosses, dischidia, and even carnivorous plants. Thank you for sharing!
Such a lovely idea! I just think about all the different possibilities using it. Can you grow herbs like basil using terraplanter?
@stacey_m_breeden Thank you for your kind words :) We have successfully tested many plant types so far, including: ferns, begonias, hoyas, mosses, dischidia and even carnivorous plants. The possibilities do seem endless with thousands of known species of ferns and orchids alone. On the other hand, the terraplanter is not ideal for herbs since herb plants usually grow large and need deep roots in ground.
hey where is the buy button?
@hypervillain thank you for your interest in the product :) and I invite you to share your email via the product url above.