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Indoor Garden: Park Planters

Science and sons park planters city park bonsai garden houseplant tree house plant

A sense of humor is certainly required for these charming planters.  Designers Science & Sons describe these containers this way: “Drawing inspiration from the bonsai, park planters were created to elevate the common household plant to the status of full grown tree. The potted plant becomes the backdrop for an urban park scene. Ranging from dog walkers to flashers and muggers, no two scenes are alike ensuring the autonomy of each piece.”

Clicking through to their site, you can catch a glimpse of some of the unique and true to life — if rather risque park scenes.  I love the idea and there really is a scene for everyone.

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