Perch a plant.
The Archromo planter puts your green thumb on a pedestal—the stoneware basin is elevated on intersecting slabs to create a t-shaped stand that sits in a removable drainage tray. The planter has a glossy finish and is available in a blue-tinted ash. The relatively shallow basin is where your succulents, cacti, and mini ferns will want to settle down and get comfortable.
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