Wooden Succulent Planter

This cedar succulent planter features a wood block printed pattern.

$44.00

Kara Lynn Schlabaugh created by

Kara Lynn Schlabaugh

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Cedar Succulent Station

The inspiration for Kara Lynn Schlabaugh's planter came from the hands-on pleasure of working in her dad's wood shop. Her mother, a plant lover, added a few sweet succulents to holes drilled in a piece of wood, and the design for this stylish planter grew from there. Each piece of reclaimed cedar is hand selected, cut to length, sanded smoothly by hand, and pressed using wood block printing techniques. With no drainage holes, it's perfect for cacti and succulents that require very little water and makes a vibrant addition to a kitchen windowsill or table. Handmade in Kalona, Iowa.

Searching for the perfect succulent to pair with your planter? Check out our list of easy-to-grow beauties on the blog.

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Kara Lynn Schlabaugh

created by

Kara Lynn Schlabaugh

Kara Lynn Schlabaugh grew up following her dad around his wood shop where she started creating her own handmade wood designs at a young age. Her passion for art and design only grew as she got older, leading her to become an independent artist and graphic designer. While studying art in Tuscany, she began painting and once she returned from Italy, began to experiment with combining wood block printing and functional wooden designs.

Handmade Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
acrylic paint, lacquer finish, cedar wood
Measurements
16" L x 3.5" W x 3.5" H
Care
Wipe away excess water from exterior of planter to avoid water spots. Wipe clean with a soft damp cloth.
Item ID
42615

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4.0

Great little planter

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from Independence, LA

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Growing Seeds
    • Window Decoration

    Comments about UncommonGoods Wooden Succulent Planter:

    This was the perfect planter. I had some propagated succulents that were ready for a permanent home. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the picture is misleading. I thought the planter was red & it was blond. Still attractive, but not what I thought I was getting.

    Service and delivery comments:

    Service was great. Delivered on time.

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