Black and White Marbled Geometric Planter made from Jesmonite. Can be used as a vase or a container. Jesmonite is a durable, waterproof material that looks and feels like a stone. Sealed with a glossy finish.
The Caput Medusae is a gorgeous air plant, with wide, thick, sturdy leaves that are soft to the touch. It also has the prettiest silvery green leaves. And when it blooms, it develops the prettiest blush, mauve and peach coloring.
The ceramic models are have a glossy finish and come in white, black, blue, and green.
Drinking Animal Planter Ceramic Self-Watering Animal Tougue Pot
Set of 4 small geometric and minimalist planters for succulents and cacti printed in 3D Wood.
This piece is wheel thrown and hand carved in Toronto, making this piece adorably unique!
Add a touch of designer style to someone's deck, patio, or garden with this decorative planter pot. The gray cement walls give this flower pot a style that feels both modern and mininalist, and the stairs that span 2 sides adds a touch of whimsy and fun as well.
Here you have a small white and orange pot with a hand carved fox design. This little guy has the ability to make anyone smile!
Individually handcrafted geometric planters designed for plants such as succulents and cacti.
The glass edges are ground smooth and copper foiled. The pieces are then assembled, soldered and patina is added before waxing. One of the sides is open for access and to give the air plant ventilation. This piece can be displayed on it's side or upright.
Cute whale shaped planter in stoneware (high temperature ceramics) glazed in blue. Ideal for planting succulents or cacti!
Item details 5 out of 5 stars. (361) reviews Shipping & Policies A colorful and modern porcelain mini planter. The joyful thin gray lines compliment the rounded shaped sphere and creates a young and fresh design. This vessel is perfect for holding a mini cactus, succulent or an air plant.
Small ceramic planter or plant pot with face, so cute and sweet. His name is Pepe and he is a round planter ready for care succulent plants which just need some water. You can plant your succulent directly inside the planter or use a little plastic pot. I recommend to plant the succulent directly to see how the hair of your planter grows, and grows.
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