Megbert of the Pot Dragons

Megbert of the Pot Dragons

Meet Megbert of the Pot Dragons

Megbert really doesn’t have time for this. She has yoga starting in five minutes, at the large fern pot near the front door. Are we done yet?

Give her an okay home, because she’s fine anywhere…really, its okay. Don’t go out of your way, she’ll be just fine. Okay, sure, maybe make sure she has some coffee in the morning. She may also need a yoga mat. Regular dusting, of course* (Full list available at bottom of post) 

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

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at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

 

*Okay, fine, she has a list of demands: she requires a room temp of roughly 72°, a non-fat peppermint mocha latte to start the day, a small TV to watch her shows, and low-fat yogurt. She will also require the aforementioned yoga mat, preferably made from recycled materials. Her pot must be taken outside twice a day, and watered only with Fiji water, not one of those cheap knock-offs. Her pot must must be fertilized with Miracle-Gro, hand sifted to get the uncomfortable bits out, twice a week, if that’s okay. And some hot chocolate. With marshmallows. And cinnamon. So yeah, she doesn’t want much. Only your entire life.

Meet Roger of the Pot Dragons!

Meet Roger of the Pot Dragons!

Meet Roger of the Pot Dragons!

Roger isn’t perfect. He’s received some nicks, had some near misses in the plant clipper department, and had to change pots once or twice. Well, he’s managed to survive. However, Roger may have made one itsy bitsy mistake today. While trying to get comfy in his pot, he may have stretched a bit too far, pushed just a bit too hard. He may have to sneak into another pot soon.

Give Roger a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Roger and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

Meet Daisy of the Pot Dragons

Meet Daisy of the Pot Dragons

Meet Daisy of the Pot Dragons!

There’s one in every family. Daisy prefers to think of herself as funny, not silly, thank you very much.

Please Give her a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Daisy and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

 

 

Meet Antoinette of the Pot Dragons

Meet Antoinette of the Pot Dragons

Antoinette of the Pot DragonsAntoinette spends lazy days basking in the warm sun. Originally her pot was located up in northern Minnesota, but the relocation to Louisiana suited both her and the plant owner quite nicely.

Please help give her a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Antoinette and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

Meet Rusty of the Pot Dragons

Meet Rusty of the Pot Dragons

Rusty of the Pot DragonsRusty is just your average laid back Pot Dragon. He spends his days munching on rocks, watching some daytime tv and snoozing. Its a boring life, but what can ya do? No wings, no fun. He’s just bidding his time.

Please help give him a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Rusty and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

Meet Brandi of the Pot Dragons

Meet Brandi of the Pot Dragons

Brandi of the Pot DragonsBrandi spends her days peeking out from under the leaves of the Prim Roses she shares her pot with. Her nights are spent exploring the greenhouse that houses her little pot. So far she has managed to remain undetected by the gardener. She’s developed a fondness for the M&Ms the gardener keeps in the greenhouse (his wife has him on a diet), and the gardener is becoming rather suspicious about his missing candy…

Please help give her a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Brandi and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

Meet Sarah of the Pot Dragons

Meet Sarah of the Pot Dragons

Sarah of the Pot Dragons Bushes are fun to hide in, and Sarah blends in perfectly. So perfectly that the gardener has sprayed water on her head, thinking she was leaves.

Please help give her a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Sarah and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

Meet Flower of the Pot Dragons

Meet Flower of the Pot Dragons

Flower of the Pot Dragons Wings!!! Flower is delighted that after so long, she gets to leave her little pot. She lasted through several pot changes, managing to hide in discarded soil until the new plant was potted. Each time, she slipped back in, envying her dragon peers blessed with more decisive, and greener thumbed, plant owners.
Flower, as soon as her wings dry, is out of here.

Please help give her a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Flower and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

Meet Harry of the Pot Dragons

Meet Harry of the Pot Dragons

Harry of the Pot Dragons Harry’s pot sits out on the patio year round. When snow comes, Harry just wants to sleep and dream of when he’ll finally have wings.

Please help give him a loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Harry and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.

Meet Jolly of the Pot Dragons

Meet Jolly of the Pot Dragons

Jolly of the Pot dragons Jolly doesn’t know how he managed to become an ornament. One would think potted plants are too heavy to hang.
That said, look at all the pretty lights!

Please help give hima loving home!

About Pot Dragons

These small dragons bury a single egg in a freshly potted plant. The dragonling that hatches resembles the plant that shares its pot. Once the dragon reaches adulthood, they grow wings and leave their childhood home behind. You may not have even known you had a pot dragon, only to discover one morning that one (or more) of your pots had been knocked over during the night!

Find Jolly and More

at the Kentshire Studios Etsy Shop.