Miniature cactus planter hand painted in magic mushrooms by Laura Lee Designs
Miniature planter with baby cactus compost and gift box Laura Lee Designs
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Magic Mushroom Miniature Cactus Planter - Hand Painted - Ceramic - Live Plant Cutting - Indoor Gardening

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Painstakingly hand painted in miniature my range of planters arrive with live plant cuttings for you to plant and nurture.

They make an ideal gift for budding indoor gardeners on a micro scale.

Available in a range of designs why not collect them all and create your own miniature Eden. Made in small batch production on limited runs, catch them whilst you can.

Be the envy of the office with your own miniature desk pet keeping you company whilst you work.

The planter is hand decorated with spotty red mushrooms, glossy yellow stars and lush green grass and is so colourful.

Painted using a magnifying glass and very good lighting they're super cute and need to be seen in the flesh to appreciate the tiny detail captured.

This cute planter is the perfect size for a miniature succulent, cactus, grass, cress or whatever you fancy! Created in 1/12th scale it makes a great addition to your dolls house or fairy garden. 


Measures H 0.7 cm x W 1.6 cm 

Supplied with a little disk of compost and a succulent cutting for you to grow and nurture.

Gift boxed 


Caring for your Laura Lee Original-

Hand wash separately with cool water whenever possible, do not use abrasive cloths or detergents.

Caring for baby Bob the cactus

Baby Bob is supplied as a cutting. He should root in his compost. He enjoys weekly watering and a sunny spot. I cannot guarantee his long-term survival as the planters are so small. But Daddy Bob is doing well. Cress and grass seed also grows well in these planters should baby Bob leave you and travel over the cactus rainbow bridge!


This item is handmade, therefore please allow for variations, the item shown is a representation of the item you will receive. Slight colour variations and imperfections are part of the handmade process and should be enjoyed for their uniqueness.