This handsome, high-gloss ceramic planter has multiple openings for succulents, small cacti, herbs or other small plants. It's the perfect size to create a tabletop garden for a centerpiece or a side table and looks great indoors or out. Makes a great gift for indoor gardeners and apartment dwellers with a color to fit every decor.
Just a couple of drops of the fragrant oil on the ceramic stone will slowly release an invigorating aroma throughout the day. Enjoy!
This shallow dish garden is topped with a distinctive glass hurricane shade that shows off blooms and foliage to their best advantage — yet, unlike a cloche, allows excess moisture to escape and fresh air to enter. It's a perfect environment for orchids, ferns and many other houseplants. The ceramic base features deep blue ombre finish with stylish unglazed base. No drainage hole; planting directly into this cachepot is not recommended.
Your breathtakingly beautiful orchids deserve a home worthy of their elegance — and here it is. This cachepot features a glaze that accentuates orchids' graceful shape and jewel-like colors, while providing an ideal environment for healthy growth. What's more, the unique low profile provides visual contrast and a wobble-free foundation for tall flower stalks. No drainage hole; planting directly into this pot is not recommended.
The raised pattern and natural hues give this diffuser subtle beauty, and its compact size fits anywhere — bureau, desk, windowsill, shelf. Just add a few drops of your favorite essential oil, insert the cork, and the scent disperses through the unglazed bottom. Saucer protects surfaces.
We love to hang our freshly harvested herbs up to dry on this sweet rack (plus it goes well with our ceramic kitchen containers), but you could also use it to corral aprons and shopping bags, dry your hot peppers, hang up your tea towels, and more!
Collecting kitchen scraps for composting shouldn't detract from your kitchen decor. This ceramic crock is attractive enough to keep on the kitchen counter, so there is no need to hide it under the sink. Glazed inside and out, the crock will never stain or absorb food odors, and it has an activated-carbon filter in the vented lid to trap odors.
This large serving bowl with unique, delicate embossed berry design is the perfect vessel to bring creative salads or pasta dishes to the table. Use as a standalone or coordinate with other pieces in the series for a cohesive look. Made in Portugal
Turn your favorite veggies into healthy fermented and pickled foods like sauerkraut, kimchi, sweet 'n sour sandwich pickles and more! This traditional ceramic crock has integrated handles in the base for easy carrying. A water-seal lid, and two ceramic weights keep your fermenting food safely locked and submerged under your brine. Comes with two recipes, but we bet you'll soon be embellishing or making up your own!
This companion to our Garlic and Countertop Keepers is the perfect place to stash your coffee, sugar, or favorite teas. Or just the thing to hide your cookies! The lovely mango wood lid sports a silicone gasket to lock flavors in and keep odors out.
Bumblebees are under constant threat from dwindling habitats and disease. Help out these valuable pollinators by providing a potential nesting site. Patterned after a honey bee skep, this shelter offers bumblebees a warm, dry place to nest. It's designed for the specific needs of bumblebees, with a single entry and ventilation holes to prevent condensation.
Nestled in a chicken wire basket, this beautifully glazed crock looks right at home on your countertop. Only you will know it's there to collect fruit peels and vegetable scraps until it’s time to bring them out to the compost bin.
There are so many things to love about this storage jar. It limits light exposure, the decorative cutouts keep air circulating, and the ceramic material keeps contents cool. All of this adds up to a longer shelf life for veggies like potatoes and onions. Food-safe, lead-free glaze.
This 10-1/2" diameter Mason Cash® embossed ceramic mixing bowl is a cheerful red, making it a charming kitchen accent as well as a workhorse for home cooks and bakers.
Place this sweet little bee feeder in the garden and you'll be making sure our buzzy friends have a reliable source of food at all times. Inside, a textured spike gives bees a safe place to land and drink up the syrup you've mixed for them (2 parts sugar to 1 part water). Be sure to check on it once in a while and refill it when flower blooms are sparse.
Garlic keepers are a traditional way to store this kitchen essential so it's always fresh and close at hand. Attractive, lidded crock holds three to four large heads.
This charming, handcrafted birdseed cafe is a lovely alternative to traditional tube feeders. Birds can either perch on the folded bottom edge or hop inside to feed in inclement weather. Stoneware can weather the coldest winters too, letting you nourish songbirds all year long. Strong chain is threaded through openings in the pottery itself, so you can hang it with confidence. Holds one cup of seed.
Chefs will adore this beautifully shaped rosemary bonsai — its fragrant leaves will add depth to everything from soups to roasts and add a heavenly scent to the air. Includes ceramic pot and watering tray.
Unique ceramic stacking planter has some serious vertical and modern appeal. The bottom cup holds water, while the top cup holds your soil and plant. A long wick extends from the top cup into the bottom (which acts a water reservoir) to keep the soil consistently moist. Less watering (and "oh no I forgot to water my plants!" moments) for you, and your plant goes through fewer extremes and stress.
This urn planter is a lightweight and attractive alternative to heavy stone or ceramic planters making it easier to move plants to safety during freezing temperatures. Molded from EnduraClay® and easy to assemble (simply screw the basin to the base), this urn will last for years and is a perfect accent for your home or garden.
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