As many plant enthusiasts know, it can be difficult to find unique potting options to suit your plant’s needs along with your aesthetic. With the help of 3D printing technology, there are now more ways than ever before to personalize your plant’s home — customize your pot’s size, design, & functionality, all at an affordable price.
If you’re looking for the right way to make your plants pop, check out our list of unique STL files to help showcase your plants in style.
1. Ferris Wheel Plant Stand
A rotating display for up to six small plants (Source: Jacob Cardwell — Printables)
Easily rearrange your plants with this rotating Ferris wheel display — no supports necessary! This multiple-part print is actually a rather simple design, and all components fit together nicely.
2. Erupting Volcano Planter
A pot designed to make your plant look like an erupting volcano (Source: Three_Body_Problem — Printables)
Creatively display your succulents as erupting volcanoes with this design from Three_Body_Problem. This file comes with both a smaller and larger option so that users can select the proper size to fit their plant.
3. Turtle Planter Pot
A small succulent planter in the shape of a turtle (Source: nivekmai — Printables)
Bring your plants to life with this planter pot shaped like a turtle. Adding blossoming plants completes the turtle’s shell!
4. Maze Planter
A small planter with a maze on the sides (Source: charmed_electron — Printables)
This pot’s exterior maze design is simple, yet eye catching. Store smaller plants in style with this unique model.
5. Self-Watering Planter
A cylindrical planter with self-watering capabilities (Source: parallel goods — Thingiverse)
Need flexibility in your watering routine? No problem — try this self-watering planter! With its own incorporated water reservoir, you won’t have to worry about a daily watering schedule.
6. Tower Planter Pot
Planter with winding staircase and doors (Source: Qrome — Printables)
Another small planter perfect for succulents, this tower-shaped pot incorporates a water drain on its lower level as well as small vents that allow the soil to breathe.
7. Stackable Plant Vases
Tower of stackable vases (Source: Cisco — Printables)
Grow more of your plants in less space with these stackable plant vases. This planter’s compelling design allows for plenty of adjustments and customization — you can choose between 5 different forms and 3 different sizes.
8. Small Self-Watering Seed Starter
Seedlings in small boxed starters (Source: Quint — Printables)
This simple yet innovative design allows you to get your plants started without having to worry about watering. The printed basin can store up to 9 starter plants and also serves as a water reservoir!
9. Bonsai Pot
A traditionally shaped bonsai pot (Source: Jhon DL — Printables)
This minimalistic design mimics that of a traditional bonsai pot. Adjusting this model’s size makes it practical for both developing and fully grown bonsai plants.
10. Donut Pot
A circular pot with an empty center (Source: Isi8bit— Printables)
This pot’s unique shape mimics a donut with its empty center. You can place multiple plants in this pot and even have room for storage in the middle!
11. Mini Rock Garden
A desk-sized rock garden planter (Source: Mikael Pawlus Design — Printables)
Inspired by natural landscapes, this print mimics the appearance of an outdoor rock garden, but in the perfect size for your desktop!
12. Moon Planter
A small, hollow moon-shaped plant display (Source: PRINTSY— Printables)
This modern moon-shaped plant holder is the perfect addition to any office or bedroom. It pairs perfectly with succulents and other small tabletop plants.
13. Cartoon Wheelbarrow Planter
Rustic-looking, wheelbarrow-shaped flower pot (Source: Creatures and Theming — Printables)
This cartoon-style wheelbarrow is the perfect addition to any lawn or garden. The planter was designed to look wooden and rustic, which is great for blending into a natural outdoor landscape.
14. Santorini Succulent Planter
A square, box planter in the style of Santorini (Source: SlugboardSlim — Thingiverse)
Inspired by the beauty of the Grecian islands, this modern planter pot is the perfect addition to any home or workspace. The design even includes water drains that fill the mimicked stone swimming pools of Santorini.
15. Hedgehogs Planter
A double hedgehog planter (Source: Phoenixrubyfire — Thingiverse)
This woodland-themed planter is perfect for two small plants on the same watering schedule. These cuddling hedgehogs are connected in the center, so your plants are almost embracing too.
16. HyperCube Plant Pot
A solid cube planter suspended within larger cube supports (Source: Wozil — Thingiverse)
A contemporary design for any sized plant, this modern hypercube planter is simple yet eye-catching. Though support is necessary for this print, it is relatively easy to run.
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It is a key to your green plants’ proper growth. Our garden has different stages, from seeds to grown plants. In this lifecycle, water is no doubt the best companion for plants. For example, the thumb rule for watering the flower garden in the growing season is one inch at least. On the other hand, fruit plants need three to four inches of water in the soil. So, the requirements are clear.
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