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Plastic Outdoor Flower Pots


plastic outdoor flower pots
    flower pots
  • (Flower-pot) A flower pot or plant pot is a container (such as a pot) in which flowers and other plants are cultivated. Historically, and still to a significant extent today, they are made from terra cotta.
  • (Flower Pot) A cheap helmet, typically not DOT or Snell-approved head protection device. We will visit you in the dirt garden.
    plastic
  • fictile: capable of being molded or modeled (especially of earth or clay or other soft material); "plastic substances such as wax or clay"
  • Credit cards or other types of plastic card that can be used as money
  • capable of being influenced or formed; "the plastic minds of children"; "a pliant nature"
  • generic name for certain synthetic or semisynthetic materials that can be molded or extruded into objects or films or filaments or used for making e.g. coatings and adhesives
  • A synthetic material made from a wide range of organic polymers such as polyethylene, PVC, nylon, etc., that can be molded into shape while soft and then set into a rigid or slightly elastic form
    outdoor
  • (outdoors) outside: outside a building; "in summer we play outside"
  • (of a person) Fond of the open air or open-air activities
  • (outdoors) where the air is unconfined; "he wanted to get outdoors a little"; "the concert was held in the open air"; "camping in the open"
  • Done, situated, or used out of doors
  • outdoor(a): located, suited for, or taking place in the open air; "outdoor clothes"; "badminton and other outdoor games"; "a beautiful outdoor setting for the wedding"
plastic outdoor flower pots - Step2 Sweetheart
Step2 Sweetheart Playhouse
Step2 Sweetheart Playhouse
The Sweetheart Playhouse is a charming gingerbread-style cottage. Adorned with a heart-shaped flower pot, full-size door, working shutters and decorative shingled roof with skylight, this adorable playhouse is perfect for endless hours of pretend play. There's even a cordless electronic phone with six push-button sounds, a clock with moveable hands and a convertible range top that flips over to become a pretend barbecue grill with clicking knobs. An electronic doorbell with realistic chimes signals that little guests have arrived. Measures approximately 47" x 53" x 58". Requires 2 "AA" alkaline batteries (not included). Minimal adult assembly required.

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mary mary...pretty maids all in a row detail 1
mary mary...pretty maids all in a row detail 1
click on "all sizes" above picture to see larger image mary mary...pretty maids all in a row detail of larger assemblage art piece mixed media: flower pot stand, grout, wood, dolls, doll's heads, doll's arms and legs, alligator feet, turkey leg, bones, false teeth, feathers, beads, jewels, glass birds, plaster figures, safety pins, acrylic paint, toys, plaster dental molds, shells, stone, pipe cleaners, plastic flies, wood birds, glass skulls, glitter paint, nails, bottlecaps, marbles, candles, matches, small skull beads, glass globules 55"H x 45"L x 32"D assemblage art piece "mary mary........pretty maids all in a row" i was at a flea market and found an old rusted outdoor plant stand. thought to myself...ah......clean it up, put plants in it, a nice summer treat! then i thought......NOT.......too "normal" ( lol), so decided to make an art piece instead. originally it was going to be an outdoor piece, which is why i grouted the original set of "doll's heads". grout can withstand the elements. i have several grouted doll's heads on poles in both my back and front yard (who knows what my neighbors must think!). but then i liked it so much i decided to keep it inside and expand the piece to have 3 side/front pieces. since it had to do with "plants" the old nursery rhyme came to mind:" mary mary quite contrary. how does your garden grow. with silver bells and cockle shells and pretty maids all in a row". well, obviously too long a title for an art piece so i shortened it to "mary mary...pretty maids all in a row". once i finished it and placed it in my living room the cat decided that she also loved it and started "chewing" on the 3 side/front pieces. oh no. so i took those up to my studio and boxed them for safe keeping. the cat still likes the main standing piece but doesn't seem to chew on it as much. whew! what is weird is that the doll's heads move......i go to bed at night and they are facing one way. in the morning they are looking in another direction! maybe they "play" at night? "mary mary" has been in several art shows. when i work i never know what i will create. i usually start with an idea of a color or found object or "form" like the plant stand for mary mary. then it all; seems to flow out. i am usually quite surprised by what i get in the end...and mostly pleased..though not always. i seem to create from some place inside me that takes over....if that makes sense. exhibited at: Glenn Allen Cultural Arts Center Richmond, VA 12 Jan - 8 Mar 2003 Ellipse Arts Center 4350 N. Fairfax Drive Arlington, VA 23 Jul - 24 Aug 2002 jennifer beinhacker jenniferbeinhacker.com art outside the edge
mary mary...pretty maids all in a row detail 6
mary mary...pretty maids all in a row  detail 6
click on "all sizes" above picture to see larger view mary mary...pretty maids all in a row detail of larger assemblage art piece mixed media: flower pot stand, grout, wood, dolls, doll's heads, doll's arms and legs, alligator feet, turkey leg, bones, false teeth, feathers, beads, jewels, glass birds, plaster figures, safety pins, acrylic paint, toys, plaster dental molds, shells, stone, pipe cleaners, plastic flies, wood birds, glass skulls, glitter paint, nails, bottlecaps, marbles, candles, matches, small skull beads, glass globules 55"H x 45"L x 32"D assemblage art piece "mary mary........pretty maids all in a row" i was at a flea market and found an old rusted outdoor plant stand. thought to myself...ah......clean it up, put plants in it, a nice summer treat! then i thought......NOT.......too "normal" ( lol), so decided to make an art piece instead. originally it was going to be an outdoor piece, which is why i grouted the original set of "doll's heads". grout can withstand the elements. i have several grouted doll's heads on poles in both my back and front yard (who knows what my neighbors must think!). but then i liked it so much i decided to keep it inside and expand the piece to have 3 side/front pieces. since it had to do with "plants" the old nursery rhyme came to mind:" mary mary quite contrary. how does your garden grow. with silver bells and cockle shells and pretty maids all in a row". well, obviously too long a title for an art piece so i shortened it to "mary mary...pretty maids all in a row". once i finished it and placed it in my living room the cat decided that she also loved it and started "chewing" on the 3 side/front pieces. oh no. so i took those up to my studio and boxed them for safe keeping. the cat still likes the main standing piece but doesn't seem to chew on it as much. whew! what is weird is that the doll's heads move......i go to bed at night and they are facing one way. in the morning they are looking in another direction! maybe they "play" at night? "mary mary" has been in several art shows. when i work i never know what i will create. i usually start with an idea of a color or found object or "form" like the plant stand for mary mary. then it all; seems to flow out. i am usually quite surprised by what i get in the end...and mostly pleased..though not always. i seem to create from some place inside me that takes over....if that makes sense. exhibited at: Glenn Allen Cultural Arts Center Richmond, VA 12 Jan - 8 Mar 2003 Ellipse Arts Center 4350 N. Fairfax Drive Arlington, VA 23 Jul - 24 Aug 2002 jennifer beinhacker jenniferbeinhacker.com art outside the edge

plastic outdoor flower pots
plastic outdoor flower pots
AutoWater Nozzle- set of 6 Automatic watering device
By simply attaching Autowater nozzle to any empty soda bottle or wine bottle with predrilled the cap (bottle and cap do not provide) and fill with water, you will have a truly automatic watering device that water plants as needed and provide exact amount of water every time (it is not a dripping device). So, while you go on vacation or are busy elsewhere, your plants won't go thirsty or overwatering. The product is US patent pending. Please see detail in website: www.polymart-international.com.

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