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LIMITED EDITION Orchid & Fig Reversible Cover Pot - Jungle Palm - SOLD OUT
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Lucky us. The lovely ladies at Orchid & Fig managed to source enough fabric for just 4 more of the Jungle Palm design. These were the first to sell out first time around so if you missed out, now's your last chance.
We're proud to be the first online store to stock this gorgeous, unique range of reversible fabric cover pots from talented NZ girl-boss mum duo, Orchid & Fig. We love to support other NZ small businesses, hero kiwi made, and celebrate local artists, and these cover pots definitely tick all the boxes.
They tick the perfect Chrissy or birthday pressie box too! Something extra special to spoil a plant-loving loved-one, or to turn your favourite plant at home into a statement. We love them for protecting surfaces too. Just pop your nursery pot inside. Roll the top down to the desired height. Beautiful!
This is the limited edition Jungle Palm design featuring big palm leaves in shades of olive, green and grey-green, on a parchment background with reversible canvas in oatmeal.
This is the medium size, which fits most standard nursery pots, right up to 15cm wide, however we recommend them with 12cm to 14cm diameter pots so it's a looser fit and easy to pop in and out for watering. Fits any pot height right up to 23cms tall (allow some difference in exact measurements though as they are handmade). Just roll down the reverse side to suit pot height. The plants in our photos are 12cm, 13cm and 14cm diameter nursery pots, with standard pot heights from 12cm to 15cm, all shown in the medium cover pot.
Same fabric of course, but slightly different placement of the pattern as you'd expect with hand-made, so to see the difference between them from the front view, check the side-by-side photos to help you decide.
These clever cover pots are reversible, and when you have the canvas lining on the inside and patterned fabric on the outside, they are water-resistant too. Don't be silly though, they are still fabric, so do take plants out for watering. Pop your nursery pot straight in, or place a small saucer or even glad wrap in first between your nursery pot and cover pot if you like, but not a must.
TIP: If you want maximum pattern and no canvas to show, simply roll the extra down inside, instead of outside.