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Early American Gardens: Garden Inspiration - Metal & Clay Cloches

Rhubarb cloches., though it at first glance i thought what great compost containers large "lidded pots" would make in a small garden.

Cloches! These look a lot prettier than a giant sheet of plastic.

Terracotta cloches note to self: use pot saucer and decorative tip

OMG! OMG! When does one place these cloches? I need to do this! Really, really, need to do this!

Bell Cloches in the garden, just beautiful.

Blown to Life: The Bell Garden The Glass Museum in Leerdam and Arnout Visser invited Studio Makkink & Bey (a glass studio) to a workshop in which designers used old glass bottles to create a collection of bell jars using the glass-blowing methods unique to Kenyan artisans. The project showcases old-style European gardening methods with the glass-blowing practices of Kenya.