Living Wall Planter

$ 40.00
PRODUCT DETAILS

The Woolly pocket Wally is a living wall planter that allows you to garden almost anywhere. Made from 100% recycled plastic water bottles (PET) and manufactured in the USA, Woolly pockets are soft-sided, breathable and modular and feature a military grade moisture barrier and reservoir. They easily attach to wood, concrete, masonry and chain link. Available in single units (Wally One) or triple-wide units (Wally Three).

Made in the U.S.A.

SPECIFICATIONS

Wally One measures 15" h x 24" w / Soil volume is 0.40 cubic feet.

Wally Three measures 15" h x 72" w / Soil volume is 1.2 cubic feet.

Available in Chocolate or Black. 

WHY WE LOVE THIS

This company is truly an inspiration and Archer Hard Goods is proud to retail such a fun and fantastic product. Woolly Pockets are truly fun for all! This spring Archer donated a Woolly Pocket School Garden to our kids elementary with great success!  In just a few months, we produced enough food to feed the entire school a huge salad!  Best of all, as the cold month come on we will use this modular system in the classrooms to keep teaching and having fun with plants.

Woolly Pocket was founded in 2008 by brothers Miguel & Rodney Nelson. The pockets were first invented out of a personal need for a simple, DIY-consumer friendly system for gardening vertically, not yet available on the market. With Miguel’s background as a sculptor and Rodney’s background in manufacturing, they invented the breathable Woolly Pockets with internal moisture control that are made from recycled plastic bottles in USA.

The Woolly Pocket family is also helping millions of students learn nutrition and gardening through their Woolly School Garden program by creating a living garden classroom for students K–12. Over the past few years, the Woolly family has grown to include a passionate team of plant-minded folk working from Los Angeles and Phoenix in earth-friendly offices collaborating to inspire the world to have more fun with plants! 

 

 

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