Entries Tagged as 'Press'

WoollyPocket Living Wall Planter 2s Participated in an Episode of Tiny House Nation

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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Tiny House Nation on FYI follows renovation experts and hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin as they travel across America to show off ingenious small spaces and the inventive people who live in them.

Tiny House Nation airs Monday nights at 9PM ET on FYI.

WoollyPocket Featured on Whole Foods Blog

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

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Miguel Nelson is a man on a mission. “I love plants. I think plants are the coolest. I feel like civilization would be a better place if people spent a little more time with plants,” says the artist-turned-entrepreneur.

To help people have fun with plants, Miguel created Woolly Pocket , a low-maintenance modular garden that can hang on walls or fences. The modules — or pockets — can be used singly or together to create everything from a windowsill garden to a vast living wall.

The original Woolly Pockets are crafted from recycled plastic that is pressed into “woolly” felt — hence the name. This fall, the company introduced a new Living Wall Planter made from recycled milk jugs.

Kids Get in On the Fun

Miguel’s vision isn’t limited to helping grown-ups play with plants. He wants to make plants more accessible to kids too. Enter the Woolly School Garden kit, which provides materials to create a flourishing school garden — pockets, hardware, compost tea and organic seeds to grow vegetables, herbs, fruits and edible flowers.

“Teachers love the flexibility,” Miguel explains, because the pockets are portable and can hang on almost anything, from chain link fence to an interior wall. That makes Woolly Pockets especially great for schools where space is limited.

“There was a school in New York with a rooftop playground surrounded by a chain link fence. They put their Woolly Pocket garden up on that fence, and it didn’t take up precious playground space.”

Schools interested in building Woolly School Gardens or a traditional garden can apply for a grant through the Whole Kids Foundation®’s School Garden Grant program, which provides a $2,000 monetary grant to a K-12 school, or a non-profit working in partnership with a K-12 school, to support a new or existing edible garden on school grounds.

Story by Whole Foods Blog

Featured in Vail Lifestyle Magazine’s Summer 2014 Edition

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

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Our Living Wall Planter is featured in Vail magazines Summer Issue!

 

Woolly Around the World

Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Spring has sprung! Look at these delightful Wallys chilling on a wooden fence. Planted in the Wallys are freesia, LED grass, ‘lemon slice’ superbells and bacopa. Photo by Jennifer Schmitt


A Growing Obsession spotted this incredible living wall of Woolly Pockets at  a new restaurant in Long Beach, CA.

We are thrilled to be featured in the indoor / outdoor living section of Elle Decor (May 2014).

Plants & People featured on The Horticult

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The Horticult recently got in touch with us about our Plants & People project on Instagram. They loved our idea and wanted to know more about it. It’s a great write up and we’re thrilled that people are enjoying these pairings we do daily on instagram. Hop on over to learn more about our project! Big thanks to The Horticult for the feature!

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