Personalised mother of the bride indoor plant pot
Engraved with your text below "Thank you". Just let us know the entire message you would like us to engrave under the name when you order, i.e. Mother of the Bride, 21.09.2022 or Best Mum Ever, 20.8.2023
Choose from 4 colours - green, blue, white or mustard. Perfect to celebrate any occasion. Available in two sizes. Small- 11.5cm diameter by 11.5cm high or Large - 13cm diameter by 13.5cm high.
Our glazed round pot has a contrasting base in unglazed matt pottery. Simple, modern and stylish, it will work beautifully with your favourite houseplants or succulents. Waterproof without a drainage hole, to protect your furniture from any moisture from the plant.
Complete your gift with some seeds and eco compost so you can plant the pot straight away! Light, clean and made from coconut husk fibre - simply add water and the block of dehydrated coir will expand into professional-grade compost.
Made from: Premium glazed pottery, engraved by hand.
This mini 'one pot wonder' is a super convenient 140g block of dehydrated eco coir compost which will hydrate to fill your plant pot. Get growing straight away!
Get growing with seeds
Our selection of seeds are curated to perfectly compliment the pot.
Please choose from Carnation, Primrose, Phlox, Daisy, Lavender, Cornflower, Larkspur, Poppy, Aster, Marigold, Chrysanthemum, Sage, Thyme, Forget-me-not and even Chilli.
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What is Eco Compost?
We have sourced the finest coir compost growing blocks to complete your gift.
The compost is made purely from a super renewable resource, coconuts! The discarded pith of these coconuts, that would otherwise go to waste, is turned into this ultimate growing medium.
Please note, this is a natural organic product with subtle imperfections in the surface of the clay providing the pot with its rustic character - there will be small fissures and cracks which occur in the baking process but do not effect the integrity of the pot. The unglazed clay will have differences in colour and texture, it is predominantly terracotta red with flecks of white and pale grey.