DrFemPop shared this project on Thingiverse!
Show off your grass with this zebra!
I am using this for wheatgrass that my cats love to eat. I don’t care for the taste personally.
No supports required!
There are two versions of this model, one with a large hole (to fill with soil), and the other that is designed for a strip of jute; jute mats used for hydroponic gardening
I personally recommend the one with a jute mat as you are going to get much more consistent straight grass with that. I also tried the soil version, it’s much easier since you literally just throw soil and seeds together, and still looks great, but it doesn’t grow nicely organized.
Download files: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4609735
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