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September 29, 2009

Nature Planter


From the website:


Nature Planter


A modern ceramic planter intended for growing a variety of herbs and flowers. The form takes inspiration from patterns and shapes found in nature, hence the name.


The largest opening at the top can hold plants that need to root deeper. Opening like a blossom, the form allows each pocket to collect water.


The planter is made using a complex six-part mold (compared to the typical two to four part mold) with seventeen post-molding cuts. Each piece is carefully cast, hand-finished and glazed in Portland, Oregon. Three holes on the bottom allow for drainage. The planter is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.


18"H x 22"Ø.



White, Grey or Yellow.


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I don't want to offend the financially independent viewers, but for $375 I can do a LOT more creative landscaping let alone a killer plant display. It is quite beautiful though!

Posted by: Joe Peach | Sep 30, 2009 5:35:53 PM

From the St. Johns Bridge and buildings in the background, the photos were probably taken at and around Tanner Springs Park.

Useless hometown knowledge strikes again!

Posted by: Mary Sue | Sep 29, 2009 3:50:13 PM

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