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  • Joanna Keller

    Bike Planters by Wearable Planters Using a 3D printer, Atlanta-based designer Colleen Jordan creates small planters that you can wear around your neck or strap to your bike, allowing you to take your favorite succulent on a little adventure.

  • Paul Lamens

    This planter attaches firmly to your bike with an elastic nylon cord, and will fit snugly on most tube sizes. And you’ll have to supply your own plant and bicycle to make your next adventure fully amazing! This bike planter is created digitally with modeling software and is then 3d printed out of nylon and hand dyed red and sealed.

  • Jane Emson

    A plant holder for the front of a bike. Whatever next???

  • Think Steez

    Bicycle Flower Pot

  • Camilla Levario

    How awesome is this bike accessory?! You can double your "green footprint"!

  • Kendra Harrington

    Created by Atlanta-based Colleen Jordan, the wearable planters can be attached to your bike or worn as necklaces, pins, or even earrings. Jordan uses a 3D printer to craft these incredibly tiny and delicate designs. 3D Printed Wearable Planters Let You Take Plants With You Everywhere You Go

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Self-watering planter made from recycled bottles. (I'd want to try this with a 2-liter plastic bottle, and cut the top off, so I could get the root system out intact for transplants.)

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