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  • n. Plural form of flowerpot.


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  • I brought two live plants in flowerpots, one out of our own garden, and two live - oh, gracious!

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  • The coil method is best used for large round or curved shapes, such as flowerpots, that are too big to make on the potter’s wheel.

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  • Now they had come to the "flowerpots" of the Playground, beautiful grass plots interwoven with delicate blooms and ringed about with water lilies.

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  • FAVORS: Fill tiny flowerpots with seed packets, flower stickers, bug stickers and gummy worms.

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  • There is a snow cannon from Sweden; Dutch birdhouses; a dangerously tipsy Estonian swing ("we had to cancel that idea because of legal issues"); a replica of a concrete painted elephant from Chernobyl ("the original is still radioactive"); Guyanese flowerpots; a painting of a molar that was signage for a Qatar dentist.

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  • "I have 200 chilli plants in flowerpots," Pangestu told a briefing on Thursday.

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  • Debra Prinzing, a garden writer in Seattle, Wash., suggested small galvanized garbage cans, flowerpots and vintage bread and flour bins for organizing.

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  • If you consider flowerpots to be overrated and are on the lookout for something contemporary, here is an interesting idea we found enriching the showrooms at Salone del Mobile.

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  • Clay flowerpots, a washtub, garbage cans, assorted kitchenware, an old futon frame, circular saw blades, cast iron skillets and more.

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