Pots Still Hot for 2017

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The television network HGTV reports “pots are hot” in 2017 gardening trends, and says the right planter can add interest, color and layers of complexity to a landscaping design.

Gardeners, both recreational and professionals alike, know there is no shortage of options when it comes to shopping for planters on the East End. One that stands out, however, is “fiberstone” pottery. It goes beyond the typical Fiberglass garden product; composed of a mix of fiberglass and crushed stone, fiberstone has been widely reviewed online as versatile and durable while still being attractive.
This summer, those seeking both fiberglass and fiberstone products can find them at Unlimited Earth Care in Bridgehampton, which will again carry the Dutch brand Pottery Pots. The brand features a wide range of items that start with “basic forms and shapes,” but which also express clever perspectives and innovative uses, from small accessories to larger pottery pieces and even outdoor furniture. Customers can choose from among 29 colors; Pottery Pots says its products are manufactured “with respect to the environment.”

Unlimited Earth Care will unveil the 2017 Pottery Pots collection on Saturday, June 17, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at its design store, located at 2249 Scuttle Hole Road in Bridgehampton. For more information, visit unlimitedearthcare.com.

Bond Planter: Handmade fiberglass planters from the Netherlands, available now at the Unlimited Earth Care Concept Store, starting at $150.00 each.

Lara Planter: The Lara planter impresses with its classic format that will blend in with the decor of many gardens and terraces, $350.

Ant Sculpture: Handmade fiberglass ant sculpture, $250.

Snail Sculpture: As if he just crawled into your garden, he is an unexpected treasure to find. Add a bit of fun in your yard with this snail statuary, $250.

Yang Planter: Handmade fiberglass planters from the Netherlands, starting at $300.

 

 

 

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