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Nine to Note: Planters

These decorative vessels make a bold statement in outdoor living spaces

By Emily Levin
SOURCEBOOK 2008


The Gothic urn and base from Haddonstone is a Regency-period octagonal urn mounted on a waisted square base. Measuring almost 30 inches high, these urns line the Rose Walk at Lambeth Palace in London. $680; www.haddonstone.com.


On The Edge pots from Design Within Reach offer a modern spin on the traditional window box planter. Made from water-resistant polyethylene, the dual-compartment planters are available in orange, green, black and white. $85; www.dwr.com.


Individually sculpted by Brian Mackin, the Diva urns are wheel-thrown earthenware fired with commercial glazes. They are available in a rich array of colors and six different sizes from nine to 14 feet tall. Starting at $1,500; www.counterbalancesculpture.com.


From the Teracrea collection by Ameico, Tuttisuperterra can be used alone or stacked to create a unique modular wall of greenery. Made in Italy, each element is constructed of 100-percent-natural jute and clay. $295; www.ameico.com


Doubling as a decorative outdoor light, the lighted urn planter from the Gate House Collection by Kichler is a unique and functional garden accent. The brass planter with beige dust glass has three drainage holes. $520; www.rexelusa.com.


The Palm box from McKinnon and Harris is made by hand from extruded aluminum and powder-coated with an architectural-grade finish. Available in 18 colors, the box features a side access door that allows for easy transplanting. $5,680; www.mckinnonharris.com.


Crafted by New York artist Paula Hayes, the Silicone planters are biomorphically shaped and available in five different sizes. The soft containers shelter plants and allow the roots to develop more organically than rigid, traditional pots. $10,000; www.paulahayes.com.


The Pepper Pot by Ken Druse is a handmade terra cotta pepper that is botanically perfect, though it measures two feet high. The frost-resistant pot from Seibert & Rice makes a great garden sculpture or planter that can be left outdoors year-round. $950; www.seibert-rice.com.

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