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PUGET SOUND LANDSCAPING INC
Ceramic pot detail
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Detail of decorative pots. We often use ceramic pots from Champa Ceramics. A simple way to bring architectural interest and seasonal color into a space.
Ceramic pot detail
Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
Kiesewetter Residence
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A small garden transformed into a fun place filled with beautiful plants and colorful ceramics. Photo credit: Grant Sukchindasathien
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Exquisite Ceramics
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Handpainted Fountains
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brick ground and ceramic tile bench wall [possible background for fire pit]
Exquisite Ceramics
“brick ground and ceramic tile bench wall [possible background for fire pit]” — sapersteins
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Westover Landscape Design Portfolio
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Tropical variegated tapioca, lantana, coleus and a cool ceramic pot make this container garden sing! More at www.WestoverLD.com
Stunning plant combinations...tropical variegated tapioca, coleus, and orange lantana in a modern ceramic container.
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“Ceramic container” — Jodie Cook Landscape Design
Richard Gervais Collection
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overscale ceramic containers from provincial kilns located in central and northern Thailand. He says that he always counts on our collection to instantly provide his gardens with a feeling of timelessness and tranquility. The Richard Gervais Collection maintains a sizeable inventory of ceramic planters
planters, jars and figurative forms from these northern kilns rich in pottery and ceramic making for over two thousand years.
“grass” — herzberg15
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
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Manhattan Terrace Deck: Roof Garden, Pavers, Chaise Lounge, Containers, Ceramic
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Manhattan Terrace Deck: Roof Garden, Pavers, Chaise Lounge, Containers, Ceramic
classical looking stone columns, which further added to the effect. This garden also features wicker furniture, grey fiberglass planters, dimpled Asian ceramics, and lush plantings of Japanese maples, junipers, dogwoods, rhododendrons, margarita vines, and flowering annuals. Read more about this garden on
“potted Japanese maple” — ekoers
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
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Tribeca Roof Garden: Terrace Deck, Container Plants, Pots, Planters, Ceramic
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Tribeca Roof Garden: Terrace Deck, Container Plants, Pots, Planters, Ceramic
filled with sky pencil hollies, Knockout roses, and rose of sharon. For a bit of contrast, we’ve also added red Japanese maples in burgundy Asian ceramic pots. The pots are topped with black polished river stones that help to camouflage the irrigation and up-lighting lines that run throughout all the
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Collioure France Trip
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Shattered ceramics make for unique mosaic pots. Red flowers are the pìece de résistance.
Shattered ceramics used for mosaic
Mosaic ceramic pots
“red flowers” — mtopper
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