27 Sep '16, 4pm

These maintenance-free, self-watering plants use biomimicry to flourish indoors

These maintenance-free, self-watering plants use biomimicry to flourish indoors

Also in the Pikaplant family is the Tableau tray, a successfully funded Kickstarter project. A steel base holds three ceramic pots and a water reservoir, creating an open-air and self-watering masterpiece. Pikaplant One is the company’s stunning vertical garden , equipped with a passive irrigation system. The three shelf-high installation uses biomimicry , borrowing from the wet-dry cycle of ground water and trusting the plants to know how much water they need and when.

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