There is a time and a place for them but we can’t lie, we’re over the look so we set out to design a cool alternative to the traditional terracotta pot and saucer. We went with the handmade ceramics approach and made the rims of each pot scalloped to give them an organic feel. The wavy lines of the edges give the pots just enough movement to look interesting. This ain’t no Basic planter!
With 11 color ways from bright and punch primary colors like Red, Orange and Yellow to the modern White and Black, the Tika Planters coordinate with any décor. Your plants are going to love their new Tika Planter. When they’re grown too big to fit into the Big Tika, there is an 8" Mofo verison to make repotting your houseplants super easy. If you're propogating, there is even a smaller 3" version that you can use.
- Material: ceramic
- Dimensions: 5” diameter, 5” tall
- Finish: fully glazed, bright and shiny
- Cleaning: warm soapy water
- Indoor pot and saucer
- Detachable saucer and 1/2" drainage hole
- Perfect for mini succulents, cactus, fresh herbs
- 5” houseplant size, also available in 3" and 8"
- Great for window sill gardening, home office, excellent gift idea
- Blends in with all décor from boho chic to modern Scandinavian
- Pairs well with a Pony Tail Palms, Philodendron, Dracena
This pot is gorgeous and exactly what I was looking for. I love the wavy lines of the edges that gives it just enough movement to look interesting. There was one teeny tiny, well, not a crack, more like a sliver/shave on one of the edges, but it's on the inside edge and nothing a little sandpaper won't fix. It really was packaged carefully so I think it was just the luck of the draw for me. Nothing that I would return it for. Really pleased and looking forward to getting my aloe plant in it.
And I’ve only had the succulent for about a week. I’m too migraine ridden to look up the name but it’s a lovely clump succulent with each little clump has what looks like a window at the top. Is it a Hawarthia? I’ll edit it in later.
Anyway, in this beautiful pot, one face of the plant just went bonkers and started multiplying into little clumps with little windows. Blue Pot, succulent and me very happy.
Three things I did before the growth spurt that might have helped : I watered it once when I repotted it and I used a medical syringe to do so, so that no green stuff got wet
- I gave it what I think will be it’s last watering for a bit - I bottom fed it. And geezus, did that plant suck up water! Drank a lot.
- whenever I saw it had dirt on it, I’d brush it off with a mid size calligraphy brush - dry, of course.
Love this pot. I will likely be ordering at least 1 more. We have white trim in our house and this pot looks so sleek on our kitchen window sill. I have an aloe plant in it and the plant is thriving! I might need to buy a bigger one soon and put something else in this one. Best part, there is a drain hole at the bottom and it drains into the dish. No need to buy additional parts.
I'm a long-time fan of Chive products. Regarding the Big Tika, I wanted a minimalist white pot with drainage, but one that wasn't boring or plain-looking. I love the organic, slight waved shape of the rim. I's a quality product, as I have come to expect and appreciate about Chive
I love plants in white pots and for some reason they are very hard to find. And I like things that are not typical and this pot is far from being typical. It is better than I expected and perfect for displaying plants in my dining room window. Simple, clean and organic.