Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System for Urban Farming with Limited Space

Pet Tree Vertical eco planting system has won Green Dot Awards and International Design Awards for its ingenious system. It utilizes re-used PET bottles by structuring these bottles into a unique tree-like shape that features an innovative water circulation system that collects rainwater while allowing drop irrigation. This system promotes reusing plastic bottles to reduce plastic waste in our environment and at the same time it’s a great solution for urban organic growers.

Designer : Dr.Hakan Gürsu

Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System

Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System


The main body will be made out of recycled plastic materials while the protective membrane will be produced by the extrusion and welding of cellulose acetate. Its main support body will be made out of 1mm thick of stainless steel. Pet Tree Vertical eco planting system offers a new way for urban farming with minimum resource use while provides maximum efficiency. It cuts back manpower, save more time, growing more plants (horizontal area), and reduces the amount of carbondioxide oscillation by using the waste PET bottles.

The target consumer of Pet Tree Vertical eco planting system would be both individual user and rural society who want to grow their own food. With limited urban space, it’s possible to increase the amount of production even more. The membrane has been designed to protect these plants from birds or any other harmful living creatures.

Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System

Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System

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Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System

Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System

Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System

Tuvie has received “Pet Tree Vertical Eco Planting System” from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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Intel 4004 says: December 19, 2011

Nice I like this.

Lorena Yvonne Low says: February 28, 2012

Is this available for purchase. AtHomeTemp@netscape.net

Becky S. says: February 10, 2013

I have to have some of these! I would like some for my home and some to donate to the food banks in town! Where can I purchase these?







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