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flowerpot

a pot in which plants are grown
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We've got the Flowerpot on our doorstep, too, and if we're not careful it could become a Monday night habit.
The Flowerpot Men, which launched in 1952, would entertain generations of British children until 1971.
The storm in a flowerpot all started when Lichfield race events organisers, KP Events, announced plans to make it into the Guinness Book of Records by holding the world's shortest fun run.
The Flowerpot Gang will see Anneka, Phil and Joe journey across the country, transforming neglected plots of land into lifechanging spaces as they go.
THE FLOWERPOT GANG BBC1, 8pm Anneka Rice, Phil Tufnell and Joe Swift host this new, four-part series, which can perhaps be best described as Ground Force for a new generation.
THE FLOWERPOT GANG BBC1, 8pm Anneka Rice, Phil Tufnell and Joe Swift host this new, four-part series, which can perhaps be best described as Ground Force for a new generation - although there's no news yet on whether that muchmissed show's trademark brass band soundtrack will be making a return.
com)-- Flowerpot Games releases 'Mobile Montessori' for Android smart phones and Tablets.
A PENSIONER could have been killed when a drunken yob threw a flowerpot on to his head from a block of flats, a court heard.
Having been brought up with Bill and Ben the flowerpot men, I find this looks a similarly lightweight exercise with Harrison Fraser, of whom no-one appears to have heard, in charge.
Mischa was originally at nearby (hotspot) Proud, but headed over to The Flowerpot once she knew Luke and his pals would be there," the Daily Star quoted a source as telling the London Paper
1952: Bill and Ben, the Flowerpot Men, were first seen on BBC TV, along with Little Weed.
Cut the candlewick the height of your flowerpot, plus two extra inches.