Interior Design / October 4, 2018 / Khloe Stclair.
Spring passed away and then summer is here, and the flowers are in bloom; a fact those with allergies are probably already aware. For those of us more inclined towards our budding buddies, spring is a great time to grow a garden and cultivate everything from azaleas to tomatoes. Unfortunately, not everyone blessed with a front yard which is why these edge pots are so high.
Apartment living comes with restrictions, and the ability to have a garden is among of the worst of these. Many choose to dot their balconies with flower pots instead of just keeping the area barren. Those pots end up looking slightly tacky and can create a fire hazard. The edge pots created by Michael Hilgers is a great compromise to the problem. A modern take on those traditional window boxes, these edge pots can be used to grow anything under the sun. The cups split in half which straddles the railing and has two compartments.
These two compartments can both use. However, you will need to make sure balance attained, or you might lose your pot. Coming in different colors like lime and mandarin, they add a great splash of color.