The 3D printed fortress 5-in-1 herb planter is designed to bring some mediaeval aesthetics and your favorite herbs into your living space. Like the idea? Let’s have a look.
This is a well-designed and practical herb planter designed by PrintAPot, a handicraft studio that focuses on 3D printing in Florida. The plant pot measures 7.5 x 7.5 x 6.15 inches. As shown in the images, it’s shaped as a fortress that comes a medieval castle, and the mini fortress shows off meticulous details: arrow slits adorn all sides, and outlined doors show the path.
The planter is 3D printed with high-quality UV resistant, bioderived plastic, and it has five planting areas: 4 towers and one large center. Each tower measures approx 2.5 inches diameter by 6 inches high, and the main planting area measures 6.75 x 6.75 x 4 inches, so you can deploy five different plants in the castle. Moreover, drainage from all five planting areas leads to the moat around the planter.
The 3D printed fortress 5-in-1 herb planter is priced at $94.75 USD ($99.75 for its wooden version). If you’re interested, jump to Etsy for its more details.