The plants seem happy! And I like these WAY better than regular, boring plastic pots. These ceramic planters do take a bit of labor and preparation, though! I got them at local thrift stores at the average cost of $1 each.
None had drainage holes, so I drilled them using diamond-tipped bits specifically made for ceramic tile. Through reading, trial, and error, I learned the importance of drilling slowly and using water as a lubricant. Some planters may have fallen casualty to cracking, and some drill bits may have dulled after one pot!
I first potted these back when dividing and repotting all of my typical Venus flytraps as an experiment. It’s good to see them developing and how the planters compliment the plants themselves! This project has definitely scratched my creative itch!
Which planter is your favorite? Leave a comment to let me know!
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