Herb Planter - Retro Styled, Interlocking and Self-Watering

Herb Planter - Retro Styled, Interlocking and Self-Watering


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ecoresin, biodegradable

This funky retro looking planter is self watering and interlocks to another planter. Locked together they will provide a secure and attractive presentation for your favourite plants.

Just fill up with water in the filing hole at the top and your plant will supply itself until the next time you fill it.

At 4 inches x 4 inches x 4 inches or 10x 10x 10 cm it is ideal for succulents or kitchen herbs. Just put these in the sun on your kitchen window sill for a supplyof fresh herbs all year round.

Made of eco-friendly PLA resin. This resin is made from recycled sugar cane and corn starch and will biodegrade when placed in compost.

Delivery & returns

Estimated delivery: Feb 28 - Mar 6
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From Australia
Free delivers to Australia
Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply.

Meet AureumLocus

Rick Parker

Rick Parker

Canberra, ACT

This seller usually responds within a few hours.

I can customise orders for colour and size.
I am able to put personalised text on some items, please let me know what you want and I'm sure we'll be able to work something out.
Personalised items will cost more, but I'll let you know in advance.
3D printed items can be cleaned with soap and warm water. Please do not put eco-resin items in the dishwasher as the high heat will cause them to distort.
3D printing is a layered manufacturing process which lays down thin lines of resin. This means that there will be faintly visible lines and blemishes in some prints. I do my best to minimise these by careful selection of high quality materials and crafting of the printing process.
The PLA resins I use are certified food safe, however the 3D printing process introduces fine lines which can trap food material which can grow bacteria. If you use 3D printed items to contain food, please wash them with soap and water after each use. Do not wash in the dishwasher or use them to contain hot liquids as they will melt and distort.
No. Although the plastic I use is food safe and non-toxic, many 3D printed items have small parts or pieces which may be broken off and could be a safety hazard if swallowed.
Additionally, the strength of solid items cannot be guaranteed due to the nature of the 3D printing process so they are not safe for children to handle.
I can 3D print anything up to 210 x 250 x 210 mm (10x8x8 inches).


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