Going green: The Bosske Collection

Greening spaces has become a priority in homes, offices and public spaces. NGOs are popping up to dedicate time to raising funds to plant new trees, family run brands are offering perspectives on how to make a space more green and bloggers are sharing the way and the benefits of the future.

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By adding plants to the spaces we occupy, we open our world to plenty health benefits, such as turning carbon dioxide into oxygen, welcoming living organisms into our space, and on a superficial aesthetic level, keeping things pretty. We want to see more green in our cities. In our homes. In our offices. Keeping plants improves our quality of life, but when space and time are both limited, we need to find new ways to garden. That’s why Boskke (meaning ‘little forest’ in old English) was created. To introduce abundant plant life into the cities we live in, through creating beautiful, functional gardening products that understand the challenges of city living. The Boskke collection features an array of products that can work in indoor spaces. The two products that stand out to us are the self-watering cubes that only need to be watered once a month and the recycled sky planters that are produced from recycled plastic whereby a float-stick indicates the water level and two fixed-length hanging wires come included with each planter. For the keen urban gardener, this range is the perfect solution to get that ceiling garden started. Available from  l Emil et Son
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