Give Your Plant Babies A Sustainable Makeover With The 1st Malaysian-Made Batik Pot Sleeve

Dress up your plant pots with these gorgeous batik "wearables".

Cover image via @momplantmomsplants (Instagram) & Sarong Pasu (Provided to SAYS)

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If you're a proud plant parent, you might want to consider this no-fuss, no-muss way to add a little personality to your plant babies with the first Malaysian-made pot sleeve

Sarong Pasu features batik cloth designed with various motifs and colours to elevate your home decor.

Batik is so synonymous and well-integrated in the Malaysian culture that it fits both casual and formal settings while capturing a timeless look

Sarong Pasu currently offers 17 batik designs with bright colours and patterns of leaves, vines, flowers. Perfect for your plant babies!

Each sleeve can fit pots and planters between 16 to 23 inches in circumference and the width of the sleeve is around four inches.

Co-founder, Cellini Basri, told SAYS the idea came about when she found it hard to find a sustainable and affordable way to upgrade the look of her plants

As plant parents already know, switching to new ceramic pots can be more costly. But using the batik sleeves alone can spruce up the look of your plants while also being thrifty.

Check out the difference it makes:

What's more impressive is that these pot sleeves are removable, reusable and washable, which makes them sustainable.

Sarong Pasu's mission is to not only make houseplant care more accessible, but also fun to all plant parents out there

You would also be making an impact with each purchase of Sarong Pasu. The pot sleeves are handcrafted by female tailors from the B40 community in rural areas of Selangor and Seremban, instead of being mass produced in a factory.

If you're interested in dressing up your plant babies with these gorgeous wearables, you can hop over to their website for more information or visit their booth at Rimba Market at The Curve on 21-23 January for an up close look.

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