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Screen-Pots by Francois Clerc Accommodate Crawlers and Climbers

 - Nov 3, 2011
References: clercdesign & notcot.org
Climbing plants add a fresh dimension to your outdoor garden, and with these Screen-Pots by Francois Clerc, you don't need a wall or a tacky trellis to enable vines to grow. This gorgeous pair of planters designed for De Castelli will let your English ivy truly travel.

While the taller of the two reaches 160 centimeters in height, the way it contains soil and incorporates a fixed lattice allows you to pick it up and move it around, inside, outside or to various corners of your patio. Ideal especially for placement on porches and decks, the flower pots act effectively as screens to create privacy and a touch of shade.

These elegant steel Screen-Pots by Francois Clerc have been executed with great artistic attention, with finely-cut grates that appear above the imaginary rims of the receptacles, mimicking the delicate skeletons of fallen autumn leaves.