Actually, whether you're a scuba diver or not, I'm sure you'll love these adorable jellyfish, squid and octopus shaped planters, which manage to achieve the effect by using the branches and leaves of the plants they house.
Designed and handmade by Cindy Searles, These ceramic planters are a sample of ingenuity and imagination, Amen of very good taste to decorate and give life to these lovely little bugs.
Logically not worth any plant for these planters, since being upside down and hanging from the ceiling, not only the earth would fall, but to see who is the handsome man who waters the plants defying gravity.
For these planters it is necessary to use what is known as aerial plants, also called tillandsias, which do not need soil to grow, but can do so on other plants, on rocks or on any surface: in this case, getting entangled in a small wire inside the pot.
If you liked them, you can get one of them from about 20 euros plus shipping costs (plant included) for the little ones, although the best is the kit that brings one of each, for 75 euros plus shipping costs.