Description

You already know that biking and planting a garden are good for the environment, but now you can enjoy the two things together. 

This miniature, portable planter attaches easily to the frame of any bike, allowing you to take a little growing friend along for the ride.

It is created using state of the art digital design technology and 3D printing--a process that creates almost no production waste.

In addition to holding soil for succulents or other small plants to grow, the 2.5" brick red container can be used to display wild flowers or air plants.

The elastic cord allows for easy attachment and removal.

Made in Atlanta, Georgia.

Materials: 3D printed acrylic, nylon cord

2.3" H X 1.4" dia.

Wipe clean.

Plant not included.

Please allow 10 days for shipping. 

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  • September 4, 2015 - September 11, 2015
  • 30 day returns. View details

55 comments

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  2. henry @henrycc265

    Fact is, it's a pretty minimal amount of plastic and, if one actually can keep the plant alive, any amount of additional green on the planet is a good thing. In addition, this is just the kind of cute add-on that helps personalize a bike, changing it from just some transportation tool to an enjoyable, fun way to get around (well, it is all that already I admit...but this makes it even more so). Maybe when everyone's using a bike as their primary transportation, we can debate the finer points such as whether it makes sense to stick a plant on your bike. But for now, anything that can encourage additional people to get out of their cars and actually experience the world around them, I think that's a good thing.

  3. graham burdett @graylyons

    That top one looks like it would tickle your fancy as it grows

  4. Yan @BeeHeng

    people will look at you funny when you're watering your bike

  5. Ran Lei @ranlyy

    plant on your bike?

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