Plant It Earth

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March 19, 2013
Dwell has been getting a little garden crazy over the bright new products and planters cropping up this spring. We’ve shared some beautiful backyards and fantastic furniture, but what is the perfect outdoor space without a few accessories? Don’t worry, we found five.
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   Scamp Small Table from Blu DotThe open base won’t trample plants and the marble top stays sturdy in outdoor climates. $179

     

    The open base won’t trample plants and the marble top stays sturdy in outdoor climates. $179
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   x3 Watering Can by Paul LoebachConstructed out of a single metal tube bent three times, Kontextür claims to have made the best watering can in the universe. With five colorways and a handle designed to be held in two positions (on top for carrying and on the side for watering) we are inclined to agree. $49 

     

    Constructed out of a single metal tube bent three times, Kontextür claims to have made the best watering can in the universe. With five colorways and a handle designed to be held in two positions (on top for carrying and on the side for watering) we are inclined to agree. $49
     
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   Tierra Outdoor Pouf from West ElmMade from PET yarns woven from recycled plastic bottles in a refreshing geometric pattern, this pouf is water resistant and comfortable. $249 

     

    Made from PET yarns woven from recycled plastic bottles in a refreshing geometric pattern, this pouf is water resistant and comfortable. $249
     
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   Vaso Planter from CB2A high-gloss finish on these crinkled planters makes them equally attractive indoors and out. From $9.95

     

    A high-gloss finish on these crinkled planters makes them equally attractive indoors and out. From $9.95
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   1966 Porcelain Serving Cart by Richard Schultz for Knoll When Florence Knoll asked Richard Schultz to create furniture that could withstand the salt air in her Florida home, Schultz created a clean modern collection that still looks fresh today. The polyester powder-coat finish withstands rain and champagne alike.  From Design Within Reach, $2,687 

     

    When Florence Knoll asked Richard Schultz to create furniture that could withstand the salt air in her Florida home, Schultz created a clean modern collection that still looks fresh today. The polyester powder-coat finish withstands rain and champagne alike.  From Design Within Reach, $2,687
     

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