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    Inexpensive Plant Container Sold in a variety of shapes and sizes at masonry yards, clay chimney flue liners cost less than terra-cotta pots. Use them to display a bevy of brightly colored plants, such as (left) Bouvardia ternifolia, Abutilon 'Dwarf Red,' Duranta erecta 'Golden Edge,' Coleus 'Sedona,' Ruta graveolens 'Blue Beauty,' and Colocasia esculenta 'Fallax.'

  • Lorraine Syratt

    As the previous blurb says, these Adirondack chairs are so easy to find. They are a tradition in town gardens as well as cabins by the lake -- a comfy mainstay for many homeowners. "Sold in a variety of shapes and sizes at masonry yards, clay chimney flue liners cost less than terra-cotta pots. by faye"

  • Sherry Smith

    Garden Pots: Chimney Flue Liners sold in a variety of shapes and sizes at masonry yards, clay chimney flue liners cost less than terra-cotta pots. Use them to display a bevy of brightly colored plants, such as (left) Bouvardia ternifolia, Abutilon 'Dwarf Red,' Duranta erecta 'Golden Edge,' Coleus 'Sedona,' Ruta graveolens 'Blue Beauty,' and Colocasia esculenta 'Fallax.'

  • Christy SassDeluxe

    Love the container idea! Sold in a variety of shapes and sizes at masonry yards, clay chimney flue liners cost less than terra-cotta pots. Use them to display a bevy of brightly colored plants, such as (left) Bouvardia ternifolia, Abutilon 'Dwarf Red,' Duranta erecta 'Golden Edge,' Coleus 'Sedona,' Ruta graveolens 'Blue Beauty,' and Colocasia esculenta 'Fallax.'

  • Jason Rahal

    Inexpensive Plant Container - Terracotta flue liners

  • Jamie Kuhn

    Container garden ideas. Chimney flue liners are cheaper than terra cotta pots!

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