When designer Godefroy de Virieu and landscapers Virgile Desurmont and Louis de Fleurieu decided to put their brilliant minds together, BACSAC was born. BACSAC is a genius alternative solution when dealing with the challenges of a roof or balcony garden for those who live in the city: transportation issues, excessive weight, aesthetics and high price of containers…

With these challenges at hand, the trio came up with BACSAC, an eco friendly bag made from a 100% recyclable material that is UV/ frost/ tear as well as traction-resistant and is permeable to let soil breathe and drain with limited evaporation while protecting roots. In addition to being eco friendly, BACSAC bags are affordable [cheaper than a pottery container], super cute and hip, and they’re French {ok, ok, I may be slightly biased here…} No more excuses for not eating healthy: everyone can now grow their organic carrots and salads with BACSAC... Happy gardening!






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9 Comments:

  1. Ooooh, how wonderful! Thanks for sharing! I love your blog.

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  2. I like the looks of these, and so practical! I also love the tiny yellow car under the biggest BACSAC photo!

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  3. I have a crush on these too!! And now I have to start planning the outdoor space for this summer!

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  4. Quelle belle idée ! Et cette vue sur la Tour Eiffel et le Grand Palais est superbe...

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  5. Oh my, that first picture just make my heart skip a beat. So cute!!!!

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  6. Géniale la photo de la Fiat 500!!

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  7. This reminds me when I was stationed in Korea a long time ago. The gardens were on the roof. Because the land space was so small.

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