If you love simplicity and minimalism, then you’ll absolutely adore the sleek Echo Planter. Allowing the unique cork grain to shine through as the main attraction, this is a unique planter that will look amazing in a contemporary home that celebrates all things natural.
Whether you are gifting for a friend or loved one, or looking to buy a few for your own home, you can be sure that this cork planter has been crafted with love in the most sustainable way possible. Cork is the ultimate sustainable material and we are convinced that you will love your ethical planter so much that it will remain a permanent fixture in your home for many years to come.
Echo Planter Care
The Echo cork planter is a handcrafted item, there may be small variations in colour, grain and size. This planter does not have a drainage hole.
Can I plant directly in the cork planter?
It is possible, if you’re a green fingered pro.
Because this planter doesn’t have drainage holes, the best thing is to place the little pot that came with your plant, inside the cork planter. This way, you can take advantage of the pot’s drainage holes that allow excess water to seep out after watering, and help protect your plant’s roots from rot.
What’s the best way to water my plant?
A smart little tip is lining the bottom of the planter with kitchen foil. It acts as a lightweight DIY saucer and it comes in especially handy for hanging planters.
Water thirsty plants
A water bath is the way to go. Plants love it!
Place the plant (with inner pot) in a sink or container for an hour or so, once the soil is nicely saturated with water, place the plant back in the cork planter, making sure no more water is seeping through the bottom.
Cacti and succulents
As long as you have lined the cork planter with kitchen foil, you can water it from the top. For these types of plants, a little bit of water goes a long way. You want to ensure that you water sparingly and slowly, so the water gets evenly distributed through the soil without pooling at the bottom.
How does water affect my Echo cork planter?
Cork is a breathable and porous material, any water left at the bottom of the planter can seep through the walls and leave watermarks on the outside.
This won’t damage the planter and I personally love the unique and characterful markings, like aged terracotta pots. If you prefer the pristine look, simply make sure there is no leftover water at the base of the planter.