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This dish rack makes plants grow with the water from your dishes

Nothing is lost, everything is transformed ! In any case, this is the mantra of the Italian designer Ekaterina Schetina who imagined "The Fluidity", an unusual dish rack that grows plants with the water from your dishes. In appearance, this drainer looks like any other: it was designed to receive your freshly washed dishes, so still wet.

But it's inside "The Fluidity" that everything is happening. The water recovered from the dishes will circulate in a compartment located in the bottom part of the drip tray then to be redirected to the plant containers. Each container is filled with clay granules and of coconut fibers to keep the aquatic environment healthy and clean the drip tray. And you have understood: the water recovered from the dishes will allow to feed the plants and allow them to grow, with ease.

In short, The Fluidity is an unusual concept (not available for sale)but who stands out as a real alternative to anyone who wants to grow plants at home in the simplest of ways. No need to think about watering your plants, provided of course to do the dishes regularly! To learn more about this surprising concept, visit the official website of DesignLibero. And if you live in an apartment and are looking to maintain a mini-vegetable garden at home, we can only advise you to discover Lilo, the very good invention of the French Startup Ready to push.

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Credits : Ekaterina Shchetina · Studio : DesignLibero

Imagined by:Ekaterina Shchetina ofDesignLibero

Video: How to Make a Self-Watering Plant Pot (January 2020).

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