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Grouping several striking pots of similiar materials (most of these are by Campania) and filling each one with a single, non-flowering architectural plant makes for a sophisticated look. (Source: Chicago Magazine - Form Over Flower, Photo: Leonard Gertz)

greencube garden and landscape design, UK: Sculpture in the garden, greencube designs a sculptural ball garden

greencube garden and landscape design, UK: Sculpture in the garden, greencube designs a sculptural ball garden

To contrast with her terracotta pots, Clark transforms inexpensive galvanized-steel washtubs into planters. This long, low oval version, with drainage holes poked in the bottom, shows off her basil crop.

To contrast with her terracotta pots, Clark transforms inexpensive galvanized-steel washtubs into planters. This long, low oval version, with drainage holes poked in the bottom, shows off her basil crop.

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