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October 2013 picks for the Gardener

Author: Nancy Erdmann
Issue: October, 2013, Page 120

ORGANICALLY INCLINED Local entrepreneur Matt Pfeilstucker loved the idea of creating a mini potted garden with succulents. So he decided to make his own pots from recycled molds and a mix of concrete, perlite and peat moss. The result is PeaboPots—durable, lightweight, porous containers that are ideal for growing low-water-use plants. Available pre-planted and in various sizes and shapes, they can be found at For the People at Union Biltmore, Biltmore Fashion Park, Phoenix,, or
Photo By:David B. Moore

CHIME-A-LOT Fans of Woodstock Chimes will appreciate the gentle tinkling sound produced by the Moonlight Waves Wind Chime. Made with 34 antiqued copper-plated steel disks and an ash hanger finished in black, the outdoor piece offers a lyrical version of waves coming ashore. Measuring 34" long, it can be found at
SOLAR POWERED Energized by the sun and aglow by night, the Mint Solar Tea Lantern sets a romantic mood in the garden. The hand-blown glass light with steel handle utilizes a “warm white” LED with a sensor that activates at dusk. It measures 61/2"H by 5"W and comes in various colorations. To order, log on to

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