We love them because they are made from recycled plastic fibers, but you’ll love them because they are great for your plants providing proper soil aeration and optimal growing conditions. (plants don’t dry out too fast like clay pots or too slow like plastic, since it can’t breathe) If you want to repot? You can just “unzip” the pot and transplant to your heart’s content. Easy to clean and reuse.
Available in two different shapes and three different fabrics. The pot on the left measures 7.5“ tall, 8.5“ in diameter at the bottom and 6.75“ at the top. The product on the right is 7” tall and 8.5” in diameter.
$40.00 for left pot, and $30.00 for right pot at Hova Design
Write in your diary and save the rainforest at the same time!! Well, maybe the world is a bit more complicated, but a movement is growing where agro-industrial fibres from the waste of processing common agricultural products are used to manufacture paper. When processing coffee: the peels, the leaves and small beans are separated from the coffee, all of which is used to manufacture the coffee paper. Research and Development is working on studying new fibres from pineapple, orange and palm hearts.
$2.95 (70 sheets 5″ x 8″) at Eco Papers
Another twist to the recycled paper vase story. This one is made from recycled paper, will hold water effortlessly, comes in two colors: cream and navy, PSSSSST!! eco friendly brides take note!! the cream version can be hand decorated!! Think of the possibilities!! When you are done with this engineering wonder, fold it up and reuse it another day! And when it is done with its life as a vase, it can go in the compost bin.
$21.00 for a set of three at Eco Artware
This could start someone out on a new green eco friendly path in life! The kit includes: Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs, Low-Flow Shower Head, Organic Fruit Leather, Organic Coffee and Tea, Herbal Body Care, GoGreen EcoGuide, and Coupons all stuffed into one reusable bag.
$45.00 at Go Green Gift