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Early American Gardens: Garden Inspiration - Metal & Clay Cloches

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

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

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

Cloches....would love to find a green one like this one....

Glass Garden Cloches. The old ones are getting harder to find, and thus can be a bit expensive, but they are usually thicker glass, and when treated carefully they can last forever. Plus, glass cloches look so much nicer in the garden than plastic ones.

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.