Thanks folks for the nice words. While I am not currently planning to sell anything I am trying to get my work to a quality that could be sold - if it's not salable quality then it's not worthy of being given as a gift either. Since the picture contains every weed pot I've ever made/attempted I'm sure there are improvements to be made. For the record the middle one is my favorite because I turned the walls of the top pretty thin and it just feels good to the touch - delicate without being fragile. The lighter one on the right is from firewood oak, I didn't know what I was going to make when I chucked it into the lathe, I was just going to have some fun and that popped out. I put a friction finish on it and it came out much smoother than I expected from oak.
The challenge for me is that I really hadn't seen a lot of weed pots and don't really have an opinion yet as to what looks good to me. BTW, doing a Google image search with the words weed pot provides far more suggestions what to put IN the pot than the shape of the pot itself...
So if anyone's got suggestions for improvements on the shape here's your chance to influence a mind still full of mush.
Also, is more common to drill a simple hole for the inside and have a pot for dry weeds, or is it more common to drill for a glass tube and allow for live weeds?