Capital Garden Fluted Urns
Capital Garden Fluted Urns come in three sizes of molded fiberglass made to resemble antique lead urns. Each urn is meticulously sculpted and will not crack, chip or peel and each is resistant to frost. These urns are shipped without drainage holes, so please let us know at time of order if you want us to pre-drill holes for you. This planter is shown in a Faux Lead finish, which is how this planter is stocked for quick shipping. The pedestals shown are sold separately. For more information…
Piccadilly Fiber Clay Composite Pot Planter
This pot planter replicates the look of lead, iron, concrete, and terracotta at a fraction of the weight to provide ease of handling. Features This innovative material convincingly replicates the look of lead, iron, and concrete but is up to eighty percent lighter than traditional materials. • Produced by a patented process • Durable, non-flammable, and eco-friendly • Made from clay and other naturally found materials • Frost Resistant • U.V. Resistant • Naturally retained salts will ensure…
Willow Garden Obelisk
With a classic, stately shape, this natural willow garden structure is a decorative and practical support for climbing plants. - Willow branches, galvanized metal nails - Imported Small: 28”H, 10” diameter Medium: 35”H, 12” diameter Large: 47”H, 14” diameter Please note: some sizes of this item require an additional shipping and handling surcharge. Large: $10.
2019 Recap and Word for 2020 — Cottage Style
Hello friends! Happy 2020! It’s a chilly day here in MD which makes me want to grab a cup of tea and a blanket and sit and reflect on this past year. I hope that you join me as I share some personal reflections of things I’ve learned in 2019 as well as some of my favorite projects. Light a candle
Fall Container Inspiration in Green & White 💚🍂🌿// Garden Answer
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Stick Work | Deborah Silver & Co.
Mid November is a good time to be planning what you might do to interpret the garden and landscape for the holiday and the winter. Early is the best time to get going on a scheme. The most compelling reason has to do with weather. The past few years, our late fall was very [...]