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flowerpot

a pot in which plants are grown
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Check the flowerpots everyday to make sure the vermiculite stays moist.
were full--yes, flowerpots and umbrellas, baskets and checkers
Flowerpots are second only to lawnmowers in RoSPA's Top 10 of the UK's most dangerous garden tools.
The former electrician, aged 69, said: "I was going to throw out my old flowerpots when I realised I could make my very own Bill and Ben.
The BBC are launching a new series of Bill and Ben the flowerpot men - minus the strings - aimed at a whole new generation of kids.
The garden line includes polyolefin-based flowerpots (branded Eco-Planter) for WorldWise Inc., San Raphael, Calif.
A test of natural selection among ecosystems miniaturized to the size of flowerpots bolsters the formerly shocking concept of group selection, argues a group of New York researchers.
You might almost take them for a bizarre flea market find: a set of five glazed ceramic flowerpots, identical in form but differently colored, all in the shape of the same cartoonlike female head (said to resemble the artist's mother, who must in that case be the prototypical '50s housewife).
He has a unique talent for using flowerpots in all sorts of creative ways, both in and out of the home.
"Now we have real windows, real window shades, real flowerpots and real people," he bragged.
When close to human dwellings, scrub jays have frequently been observed putting the seeds in flower beds or even flowerpots. Since the jays do not consume all the seeds they store, gardeners may find pinon seedlings growing among their pampered petunias.