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Cute Self-Watering Animal Planters


These adorable ceramic animals will prevent you from being a plant-killer! Capillary action, first documented by Leonardo Da Vinci but only recently made cute, draws water up a piece of rope hidden in the animal-held-straw into the soil held in each critter’s pack. When the soil is completely wet, it ceases to soak up water from the string until it dries out.


What are you waiting for? Give these animals a drink of water!


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