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These 3D Printed Planters Put Plants in Everything From Chess Sets to Wristwatches

They're taking plants... out of the box

For too long, plants have been stuff into boring circular pots and rectangular boxes, deprived of the opportunity to occupy a truly interesting and inventive shape. But now, one project, which is currently making steady progress toward its $12,000 Kickstarter goal, aims to change all that. 3D Growers from Austin-based Logro Farms currently come in a variety of shapes—two of the most fun being a wearable wristwatch and a chess set where each piece contains a different succulent—but they hope to expand their roster a lot and allow people to truly customize their planters once the project is funded.

3D Growers | Custom 3D Printed Planters [Kickstarter]