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November 2011 Picks for the Gardener

Author: LeeAnn DiSanti
Issue: November, 2011, Page 150

Making a SplashThis elegant all-white planter from Inga Sempé was designed in the shape of a bathtub. The Long Pot is made of sandstone and comes in either a frost-resistant gloss white or platinum finish. The narrow container measures 31"L by 7"H by 5"D, and works well for windowsill gardens. It is available through Ligne Roset, Scottsdale, (480) 367-1808.

Feel the LoveKeep floors dirt- and dust-free and add a pop of color outdoors with the Love Bird Coir Mat. The cherry-red and brown mat depicts a pair of silhouetted lovebirds. Woven from coir—a natural fiber extracted from corn husks—it is a low-maintenance, easy-to-clean option. The mat measures 18" by 30". Find it at
Helping handFiskars’ Garden Bucket Caddy reworks the way gardeners carry their tools. The canvas caddy wraps around a 5-gallon bucket, making it easy to tote soil or yard waste along with gloves, trowels, pruners and such. Nine large pockets and two “pencil” slots allow ample space for storing garden essentials. Find the handy caddy at

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