You love LEGOs. You also love growing small indoor plants. And, now, someone has made a planter just for you. Called the Plant Experiment #1, it’s a trio of planters with edges designed to serve as a LEGO-compatible platform where you can attach your favorite minifigs when you run out of place in your LEGO Display Case.
Created by the guys over at NOTCOT, you can use the planters to grow succulents, seedlings, and other small plants. Whether for growing herbs in the kitchen, succulents for displaying around the house, or an alien plant you recovered from a UFO crash site, these things should do the job just as well as any indoor pots at the gardening store.
Unlike those pots, of course, you can further decorate the Plant Experiment #1 with LEGO bricks, allowing you to turn an erstwhile humble planter into a more entertaining structure. You can even use the bricks to connect multiple planters together, allowing you to build a larger garden in your choice of configuration. It comes in three sizes per set: 12 x 12 (3.75 x 3.75 x 2 inches), 8 x 8 (2.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches), and 6 x 6 (2 x 2 x 2.25 inches), allowing you to build creative configurations when connecting them together. Each one comes with an integrated drainer at the bottom.
A limited-edition project, only 10 sets of the planters will be made. Each one is CNC-milled from a single block of walnut and laser-numbered at the base.
The Plant Experiment #1 is available now, priced at $165 a set.