DRAINAGE ECOPOTS STYLE
It's obvious that plants usually require a lot of water on a regular basis, but it's still hard to work out how much water a plant needs. After all, overwatering isn't good either. Using a saucer is often the easiest solution, but it doesn't look too good and that made me think. Would it be possible to come up with a drainage solution which wouldn't just keep the roots free of saturated, wet soil but which could also serve as a water buffer in dry periods? A drainage system which is also attractive to look at, precisely because it can't be seen? That's how I created the ECOPOTS Venice, in which the removable reservoir is incorporated into the design of the flowerpot. You simply lift the pot off the base to check the water level or top it up. Once it's back in position, it forms an attractive unit once again. Easy to use and a decorative addition to the balcony or garden.