Animal Planter- Jack Rabbit
It's not a jackalope! It's a Jack Rabbit. Originally named Jackass Rabbit because of its enormous ears, the Jack Rabbit is endemic to the western United States. I've only ever seen one in the wild, and that was in Reno, Nevada. They are large and lanky and incredibly fast. I am fascinated by them. They are the opposite of the cottontails that provide a large part of the food for mid level predators here in the west.
This Jack Rabbit sports a lavender in its back. It is newly planted and will grow and thrive as it settles in. I can provide live plant shipping if necessary.
This rabbit planter is close to life size- it is approximately 9 inches tall and is six inches from nose to tail.
This planter was glazed with natural stains and oxides and has several drainage holes so your plants will thrive.