Pots that grow with plants,relieve the florists of the need to transplant plants from a small pot into a large one with the process of growth and development of the root system. Let's look at three examples of such "growing" pots from industrial designers. Flower pot Growth (Growth) - originalthe development of the London design studio Ayaskan, inspired by the ancient Japanese art origami. A unique "folding" system allows the pot to grow and expand along with the indoor plant, becoming a changing outer shell of the root system. "In the natural environment, allevolves, is born, grows, blossoms, withers, dies and is absorbed by the earth. And in the modern industrial world, numerous products are produced, used and discarded, often even without recycling. Our flower pots are carefully thought out and are able to imitate the natural features of changing and growing, opening up over time, "say studio designers. Industrial designer Emmanuel Pizzolorusso(Emanuel Pizzolorusso) created a simpler flower pot, which can also be adapted to a grown plant. The pot is made of silicone, and while the plant is small, the edges of the pot are bent down. As soon as the plant grows, the edges can be bent and thus increase the volume of the container for the developed root system. Silicone is made and a saucer for the pot. Korean industrial designer Ding Liu (DingLiu) took as a basis the idea of a folding camp bucket and made an expandable, or rather, elongated, high-height cloth pot that would grow with the flower. The pot can grow from absolutely flatup to a height of about 30 cm. The fabric part is made of a synthetic material with a waterproof coating. Seams and joints are processed under the influence of high temperature to avoid water leakage. Such a folding pot can also serve as a pot for an ordinary ceramic pot with drainage.