Self-Watering Planter and Brass Watering Can
For happy little sprouts.
Just when we were itching to get a few herbs growing in the kitchen, these gardening pals sprouted up in the Shop. Let’s talk about that pint-sized planter first. It’s a picture-perfect size for your rosemary, thyme, basil...any little plant you wanna keep close by, really. And while it may look a treat—it’s Scandinavian-designed stoneware, after all—here’s our favorite part: It’s self-watering, thanks to the wick that’s tucked inside. (Just add a bit of water and it’ll do the rest.) Oh, and see those gold-hued scissors? Snap ‘em up with the planter, and they’ll hang right on the side when they’re not snipping off a fresh sprig of sage.
Now, about that watering can. It’s shining bright in brass, and just like that lil’ planter, it’s sized just-right for smaller sprouts. Set it down next to your new planters, and it’ll look right at home (and paint a pretty picture while it’s at it).
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Self-Watering Planter is made of stoneware.
Brass Watering Can is made of 18/8 steel.
Scissors are made of metal.
Self-Watering Planter measures 4.5" D x 4" H.
Brass Watering Can measures 8" L x 3" W x 9" H.
Scissors measures 6" L x 3" W x 1" H.
Complete Set includes Self-Watering Planter, Scissors, and Brass Watering Can.
Care & Notes +-
Planter is dishwasher safe.
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