Look Stylish in the Garden

Go beyond boring terra cotta pots and ugly garden shoes to embrace a nice, clean look while getting your hands dirty.

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Mid-Century Perfect

The iconic Spindel planter, designed in 1951 by Anton Bee and Willy Guhl, is made of fiber cement, a recyclable material, and remains an icon of modern design.  Its classic hourglass figure makes a striking statement alone or in groups, and it is available in large and small sizes. Pictured is the large 5-gallon size in gray from Spruce Eco-Studio.

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