Running an AnyCubic Kossel Delta, pulley version, heated bed. 1.75 necked down to 0.4. Purple paste bed treatment. 60% FR until base layers laid. My printer is seriously beginner status, and so am I, so keep the entry level equipment and skill set in mind for the review.
This is a great design, but I have neither the experience with the art nor the requisite quality of equipment to remark intelligently about the result. It looks pretty good, which is to say that it's a cohesive shape, but there's no way I was going to put water in that thing without treatment. I was able to see daylight (albeit barely) in a couple spots, and in any event, I'm not confident about the longevity of PLA in constant contact with earth and water (madness...?). I'm in the middle of hosing it with rattlecan polyurethane now. So the long and short of it is that it's a great design for a cute little desktop planter, but I have no confidence that with my printer and exposure to using it that it's capable of doing what it's intended to do right off the print bed.