geo shaped succulent planters with variety of colors

Farmers Market Succulent Planters

Looking for a fun planter to hold your farmers market succulents? Check out these planters, crafted by small businesses in the USA. You support these artisans and our farmers market blog with your purchases from these links. Thank you so much for visiting and supporting our online farmers market store and blog.

Concrete Succulent Planters

Why We Love It: The minimalist concrete design of these small planters combined with the splash of color along the base gives these succulents a fun, modern feel, especially when lined up together on a shelf or windowsill. 

Designer & Maker: Annabelle Taylor Co (Portland, Oregon)

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  • Handmade item, made to order 
  • Materials: Concrete, Non Toxic Paint
  • Hand poured, hand painted
  • 3″ High x 2″ Wide

Concrete Cactus Succulent Planter

Why We Love It: A cactus shaped planter for succulents… need we say more?! Okay we will – we love how it can be filled with a variety of different succulents and cacti all in one planter.

Designer & Maker: Lunar Black Co (Phoenix, Arizona)

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  • Handmade item, made to order
  • 3 color options
  • Material: concrete
  • Dimensions are ≈ 13.5″ x 10.5″ and 3.5″ tall, plantable depth 3″, walls are .375″ thick. 

Modern Porcelain Succulent Planters

Why We Love It: These succulent planters are so simple, sleek, and clean. With blush, black, white, and ivory options, these would be a perfect addition to a modern home.

Designer & Maker: Amy Hamley Ceramics (Oakland, CA)

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  • Handmade item 
  • Size and color options available. 
  • Materials: Porcelain
  • Intended for indoor and outdoor use. 

Wood Hanging Succulent Planter

Why We Love It: All of the wood is locally harvested from the makers family’s farm located in Watts, Oklahoma and the entire process is done by hand from tree to finished product.

Designer & Maker: C by M Creative (Siloam Springs, Arkansas)

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  • Handmade item, made to order
  • Materials: wood, ceramic, wooden, oak, walnut, red oak, hickory, sycamore
  • 3 1/2″ L x 11″ W x 16″ H
  • Choose from different types of wood

Geo Concrete Succulent Planter

Why We Love it: The geo shape of these small succulent planters and the fun color options make these trendy decor for the home.

Designer & Maker: Annabelle Taylor Co (Portland, Oregon)

Where to Buy: Click Here to Shop

  • Handmade item, made to order 
  • Materials: Concrete, Non Toxic Paint
  • Hand poured, hand painted
  • 2.25″ High x 1.75″ Wide (fits small plants)

French Bulldog Succulent Planter

Why We Love It: We can’t get over how adorable the french bulldog is holding the succulent. For the dog lovers out there, this succulent planter is for you. 

Designer & Maker: Props and Pop (Newark, California)

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: drystone, plaster, gypsum, cement, concrete
  • 5 x 3 x 3 inches, 2 inch opening with drainage hole

Hanging Succulent Garden

Why We Love It: This hanging succulent garden is so eye catching. It’s a gorgeous addition to a kitchen or windowsill.

Designer & Maker: Built With My Bare Hands (New York)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, ceramic, twine, love
  • Height: 11.5″; Width: 23 3/4″, Depth: 2 1/2″

Cement Succulent Planter

Why We Love It: The simple cement design is stunning against the vibrant succulents, and there are six color options that can make this planter the perfect fit in any room.  And, every purchase from this maker helps fund international physical therapy medical missions.

Designer & Maker: Barton Burns (Van Nuys, California)

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  • Handmade item, made to order
  • Materials: cement, pigment, sealer, water
  • Individually hand casted, every container is unique
  • Container ~4×4″, wall thickness ~ 5/16″

Faceted Peach and Sprinkles Succulent Planter

Why We Love It: The peach coloring and confetti style sprinkle glaze on these succulent pots would brighten up any room. These remind us of a funfetti cake icing, and we think they’d be great on a desk to bring some cheer every time you see them. 

Designer & Maker: McCheeks Mayhem (Houston, Texas)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: clay, glaze
  • Multiple size options available

Punny Small Succulent Pot

Why We Love It: This pun is just too perfect for an adorable little cactus. The maker has a variety of sayings to choose from to suit your style of punny humor. We think these pots are a great conversation starter, poking fun at every chance.

Designer & Maker: Haven Designs 419 (Toledo, Ohio)

Where to Buy: Click Here to Shop

  • Handmade item, made to order
  • Materials: terra cotta, paint, ink
  • 2.5″ pots

Mid Century Modern Succulent Planters, Set of 2

Why We Love It: For all you mid century mod lovers out there, the sleek and simple style of the pair of planters is be the perfect addition to a mid century modern style home or apartment. And, a hidden saucer helps these succulents still drain without a mess.

Designer & Maker: Kimisty Designs (Los Angeles, California)

Where to Buy: Click Here to Shop

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: white ceramic, acacia wood with walnut color finish
  • Ceramic hidden saucer under the ceramic pot
  • Planter: ~5.5 D X 3.5 H inch, Stand: ~6 D X 5 H inch

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