Boskke Cube Planter Giveaway Day 5!

Last chance to win a Boskke Cube Planter! If you didn’t win the first 4 days, here’s another chance. To enter, leave a comment telling me what you would plant in your Boskke cube. Open to all North Americans and Europeans. The Cube is brand new from our friends at Boskke. Hit the jump for more info!

Sponsor: Boskke, Winner Maree Sperle!

The clear structure of the Boskke Cube is a large water reservoir which you can monitor visually. Water is gradually drawn up through Boskke’s unique Slo-Flo watering system to feed the plant, meaning you only need to water it once a month. Check out the video!



  • To enter, leave a comment telling me what you would plant in your Boskke cube:

    I would plant an Orchid in my Boskke cube!! πŸ™‚

    (Hope I win!!)

  • Paul says:

    I would plant my Mini Rose bush that I have on my Desk.

  • Israel says:

    I would plant some magic beans so that I can get to see their roots and climb the plant to heaven, where all the designs come true πŸ™‚

  • Hera says:

    I have a small oak I’ve been growing (hope to turn it into a bonsai, but I am ready to move into a bigger flat if I fail) from an acorn I found in the forrest, and I think that the Boskke would be the perfect pot for it!

  • mike the g says:

    i would plant small tomatos so i can eat it. or i want small oak to design my room like a forest(i already have a 1 feet oak in my room).

  • Delia says:

    I would plant one of my houseplants that I’m always forgetting to water…. this would save a plant!

  • Paul says:

    I’d be planting up a Money Tree πŸ˜‰ that is due for a repotting.

  • Alyssa says:

    Bonsai juniper for me.

  • academic one says:

    Have recently bought a couple of orchids and even after they lose their buds, I think either plant would look elegant in the Boskke Cube.

  • mago says:

    I would plant a potato!

  • Ryan says:

    I live way up north so there are not to many things exotic. My choice in this case to be dual purpose would either be a small bonsai, a small coffee tree, or a dwarf pineapple tree to spruce up the place and save a few bucks in the future.

  • James says:

    I would plant basil for cooking with. I have already killed a couple plants. This is a great idea to stop the plant massacre!!! Thanks!

  • Adam Haworth says:

    Strawberry plant every time. Nom

  • Jc Wooten says:

    I would plant some lavender. Or some cilantro or Chives.

  • daniel shalvardzhyan says:

    This is BEAUTIFUL! I would most definitely plant a venus fly trap or a magnolia! Great design!

  • supreet says:

    What great products … I love the upside down plater so much

  • d says:

    I would try to plant carrots or other root vegetables so that I could watch the roots grow!

  • Maree Sperle says:

    I would plant an orchid plant that would be in my living room.

  • Wendy Brown says:

    i’d go decorative, but functional with some herbs

  • Brett says:

    I would plant the avocado I’ve had sprouting in water for the past two months!

  • liran babekov says:

    I would plant an avocado seed, or possibly a tulip bulb to brighten up the house.

  • brittany o says:

    I would plant some oregano for the kitchen!

  • MIchael says:

    I’d like to put in a ‘ficus benjamina’. To see how he survive this…

  • Christina says:

    I would plant a Venus flytrap and put it on my desk – beautiful and useful!

  • John says:

    Having just killed off my son’s school project to grow a daffodil, I would try to redeem myself adding a fantastic looking planter and a new daffodil bulb!!

  • Carla S says:

    I would plant a venus flytrap or a lily of the valley. πŸ™‚

  • I would plant an orchid or a jasmine. And put it in my kitchen or in my living room. It will be so beautiful…

  • I would like to put an “Japanese Rose” that my mother gave to me on my birthday.
    Would you please tell me that somehow there is a way to clean the cube, if eventually would get dirty from the limestone?
    Thank you advance.

  • Patrick says:

    I would plant a little Herb Garden in my Kitchen. since my job demands me traveling around quite much I can’t be at home every time to tend to the watering needs of my green friends, but this would make it possible!

  • Nick says:

    I’d plant the spider plant babies that I have shooting off my spider plant mother.

  • Beryl says:


  • Cristo Aleister says:

    Peyote Cactus!

  • Sergio M says:

    I’d plant the Audrey Junior

  • Terry Hardwick says:


  • Tomasz says:

    I would plant a tomato plant in there πŸ™‚

  • NicoD says:

    I would plant a cyclamen !

  • Lisa Thomas says:

    Definitely LEMONGRASS!!!! πŸ™‚

  • btom89 says:

    I’d plant a sunflower in it, or an amaryllis plant in it.

  • Kevin O'Boyle says:

    I would plant a peace lily — it’s a great air scrubber but I often kill them through inconsistent watering, give me two and I’d bring some rosemary indoors.

  • DJay says:

    Of course something flora.. πŸ˜‰

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