Arik Levy Design

February 20, 2013 | Container Gardens, Materials + Tools

elevation planter by arik levyYou know those funky little v-vase shaped wooden trellis’ that come shoved in grow pots with climbers?  They do the job long enough to get the plant out of the nursery — but you know what I am talking about when I say — only just.

But the idea of a pot based trellis that is actually fully functional — but also attractive…why didn’t I think of that?  French Designer Arik Levy did and he is making them quite handsome.  I can easily imagine a dainty white jasmine (I have no idea why I am so jasmine obsessed lately) strung delicately over the grey version.  I can move it outside in the summer and in for the winter.

combination trellis by arik levyFlora, a German company with a fabulous collection of interesting garden products has teamed up with Arik and other designers to create a beautiful line of trellis systems that also go way  beyond the fiddly little sicks we are all used to. “Comb-ination,” is inspired by honeycomb and it works as a grid that you can organize any way you like.

combination trellis by arik levy

images from flora and design milk

 

Comments are closed.

Blog Comments

Nice!

i am interested on Arik Levy Design combination, specially on the grid honeycomb.
i would like to know where i can find it in italy or on web site.
thank you for helping me.
laura

Other Posts You Might Like...

Kitchen Countertop herb garden bonsai planting recipe. How To DIY.
Posted by rochellegreayergmail-com | December 1, 2016
As most of my gardening attention shifts to houseplants and things I can grow inside, I wanted to share one of my favorite container gardens.  It is a countertop bonsai garden...
recommended garden tools by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochellegreayergmail-com | November 20, 2015
As promised, here are a couple more good garden tools (one rake, one pitchfork) that I not only love, but promise your favorite gardener will too. For years I have...
tool reccomendations from rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochellegreayergmail-com | November 18, 2015
Have your ever noticed how tasks done with the right tools can often go from tedious and tiresome to enjoyable and invigorating? I helped a friend put in some plants...