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Contemporary lead pots using textural plants including equisetum (horsetail grass), rosmarinus prostrates (trailing rosemary), and eucalyptus. A Planters design. Atlanta, GA -- i do NOT like the planters, but the plant arrangement is beautiful

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Grouping several striking pots of similiar materials (DIY concrete or clay perhaps?), filling each one with a single, non-flowering architectural plant for a more modern and sophisticated look.

Modern Freestanding Container - 121 Container Gardening Ideas - Southernliving. A planter in a faux-lead finish is a timeless choice, but the cylindrical shape of these tall fiberclay urns gives them a really clean feel. Having a different color or texture helps the color pop. Here, string of pearls creates plenty of textural drama and purple calibrachoa and blue ageratum add just the right dose of color.

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A planter in a faux-lead finish is a timeless choice, but the cylindrical shape of these tall fiberclay urns gives them a really clean feel. Having a different color or texture helps the color pop. Here, string of pearls creates plenty of textural drama a

Pennisetum (Fountain Grass) - Bottlebrush plumes contrast beautifully with modern-looking containers.

Interesting way to cultivate water loving plants / green home

Interesting way to cultivate water loving plants / green home

Zinc Large Floor Planter From Crate and Barrel

Handsome planters play the supporting role with style, showcasing greenery indoors or out. Curved wide-mouth containers in neutral charcoal grey are cast from an innovative blend of stone, plastic and cement that adds strength while reducing weight.

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Jardins urbains : 100% en pots !

des-pots-de-fleurs-au-look-industriel. Create foliage of varying heights and shapes. Make your pots sculptural in the garden. Style your garden as you would your home.

Alexander palms and cordylines reach toward the canopy. Below, *Trachelospermum jasminoides* ‘Tricolor’, one of the hardiest groundcover plants, spills from its raised bed.: [object Object]

Alexander palms and cordylines reach toward the canopy. Below, *Trachelospermum jasminoides* ‘Tricolor’, one of the hardiest groundcover plants, spills from its raised bed

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