ByRoAnna Sylver, writer at Creators.co
Verified Creator. Author of the Chameleon Moon Series. A geeky goddess who digs sci-fi, fantasy, books, games, and fandom being awesome!
RoAnna Sylver

You have a problem. You have some wonderful flowers or succulent plants (or some other greenery, we don't judge you here at Moviepilot), but your pots are drab, and not nearly cute enough. Or nostalgic. I ask you, if you aren’t laid low by a wave of nostalgia when you look at your houseplants, what’s the point?

Enter the Bulbasaur Flowerpot.

Oh God. It's so cute. And functional. Bulbaaaa!
Oh God. It's so cute. And functional. Bulbaaaa!

Yes, today in fan-made excellence, some talented ceramic artists saw where adorable Bulbasaurs were not, and said "no, this will not do." Fantastic.

You can buy the original bulbasaur planter here, or could until the site started undergoing maintenance. To compensate for their sad, bulbasaur-planter-less lives, some enterprising fans have also made a low-poly version for 3D printers.

Bulbasaur and Porygon had a baby. Somehow.
Bulbasaur and Porygon had a baby. Somehow.

Truly this is is what technology should be used for. Printing adorable Pokemon to hold pretty flowers. Sometimes I think humanity will be okay.


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