painted pot

painted pot

[¦pānt·əd ′pät]
(geology)
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There will be a fabulous prize for the best painted pot in Merseyside!
Yellow glass candle, pounds 4, and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen gold etched glass candle, pounds 6, both Matalan, red glass filled candle, pounds 3, Asda, painted pot candle, and white ceramic star candle holder, pounds 1.99 each, Homebase.
The acceptability of the brightly painted pots by the local populace exemplifies the manner by which local modernities were constructed and received by the people.
In Ghana, painted pots are found in roadside shops and open grounds, forming part of the urban landscape (Figure 8).
Terracotta and T painted pots can be purchased at reasonable prices from most garden centres.
Grinding stones, painted pots, granite tools and other items were among the findings.
The painted pots will be judged by a local Marie Curie Cancer Care fundraiser and the winning pupil will be awarded pounds 50 worth of book vouchers for their school, provided by Yellow Pages, and a Children's Three Piece Mini Tool Set, donated by Homebase.
Pack a stylish container - galvanised or white painted pots are a good choice for a white theme - with fragrant hyacinths, heathers, cyclamen, polyanthus and pansies, plus use white variegated ivies to trail over the edges.
Fill painted pots with potting soil; mix in controlled-release fertilizer.
Around 35 families planted and painted pots for gardens close to the local school.
WHEN it comes to brightening up the garden we normally focus on flowers and painted pots, but we should always remember the fabulous fanfare of colour that foliage can bring.