Admittedly, I’m a bit of a sucker for cute stuff. Cute critter stuff, to be exact. I find it hard to turn down anything animal oriented. It’s a weakness… that’s probably why we’ve accumulated a giant painting of a rainbow cow, a cow cookie jar, a cow planter, various elephants, and every dog mug you can imagine. I promise you, my house doesn’t look as lunatic as that last sentence sounds.
The other day, I was browsing Amazon for cute garden stuff (because… of course I was) and I came across a few of the most adorable planters all for under $15 each (if we’re getting technical, they’re all under $13). If I could bring them all home I would, but that might be cause for a psych visit. Instead, I decided I’d do a quick little round up because if I can’t have them all in my home, maybe one can find it’s way into yours.
I actually might buy the alligator planter… it may or may not already be in my Amazon cart. I think all of these would make adorable gifts, too.
Cute Animal Planters Under $15
How darling would this whale planter be on the shelf of a little boy nursery?
Instead of a piggy bank, choose a piggy flower pot… who still has change, anyway?
I’m having flashbacks to Sonic Genesis days with this hedgehog planter.
If you don’t like cows, I’m not sure we can be friends (kidding, but seriously… who doesn’t think cows are adorable?). I could have one of these cute planters in every room if my husband would let me.
I never thought “alligator” and “darling” could be used in the same sentence, but these alligator planters are darling.
I can just picture that butt wiggle. You know what I’m talking about, right?
I think this is the most unique planter I’ve ever seen. SO stinking cute.
Remember: If there isn’t a drainage hole, always remove the plant to water it. It might be best to keep whatever you plant in it in the original plastic pot and set that inside the cute planter. These planters are darling, but they’d be less darling with a dead plant in them.
Don’t have a green thumb? Maybe just put a synthetic plant inside and never worry with drainage holes at all.
Remember it for later!