18 Asian Outdoor Planters
Planters are a great way to always keep the landscape close by. While we all aspire to live with acres of sprawling fields and gardens, outdoor planters are an accessible and more attainable alternative. The modular nature of outdoor planters means you can create as small or as large of a landscape that fits your needs. More
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Well, I could never have this planter, because my cat would climb it and eat and destroy the orchids, but if you don't have a crazy cat, I'm jealous. The ladder adds a new dimension to a room or patio and makes a beautiful display.
This is the Zen low bowl planter in black. It is available with free shipping from http://www.eplanters.com
These iron/round mini-pots are made from reclaimed railing fittings; they are surprisingly heavy with two ports to grow plants or house a stone or two. Each has a clay-dish base.
I love how this planter is low slung to the ground. The idea of using a wok design is ingenious. It's a great way to add different elements at different heights.
Cross Wok Garden Planter
Casas Grandes pot, hand-molded with polychrome paint, AD 1150-1450. From Chihuahua, Mexico, prehistoric Southwest Indian pottery.
This is a traditional Chinese planter with relief motif on the surface. It is a planter with oriental decorative accent.
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