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The material brings a piece of nature into your home and spreads a calm, warm feeling.
This product is made of water hyacinth – a fast-growing tropical plant that is harvested to help keep waterways free and maintain the natural flow of water.
The plant pot has an inner saucer to collect excess water.
Skilled craftspeople have woven the plant pot by hand, so each pot is one of a kind.
Each product is a unique, handmade work of art with natural variations in color and shape.
Recommended for indoor use only.
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Water hyacinth is a beautiful and fast growing plant that unfortunately clogs the waterways where it grows. The dried stalks can be used to weave vases, bowls and plant pots. This helps to naturally control its growth and create a better water flow, plus you can decorate your home with beautiful objects made from nature.
Water hyacinth is a free-floating plant that spreads quickly in tropical waterways. When covering the surface completely, it blocks out sunlight which disrupts biodiversity. Also, local communities suffer as transportation routes are clogged. When harvested, biodiversity is restored and waterways are kept open. The plant itself becomes a resource too. The stalks make a flexible material that can be woven or braided into unique baskets, mats, and other home furnishings.
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For indoor use
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Water hyacinth is happiest in dry, cool environments with a consistent temperature.
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