By creating decorative containers featuring unique shapes and textures as part of its Daniel Planters line, Crescent Garden is providing a beautiful collection of containers that offer both breath-taking form and practical function. Headlining with exclusive Crescent Garden finishes and modern, sleek designs, the containers are perfect options for use with a wide variety of plants. Crescent Garden offers four distinct types within this particular line.
The Tall Planters make attractive indoor or outdoor décor statements in and of themselves. They are ideal for bamboo varieties, Egyptian papyrus, American arborvitae, canna, colocasia, and even sculpted English boxwood – just to name a few.
The Bowls can be used for desert-like succulent gardens or spring flower bowls. Their use ranges from impressive centerpieces that adorn large outdoor tabletops to magnificent groupings featuring diverse plant material and serving as focal points on patios.
The Hanging Planters showcase round openings leading to slanted edges and pointed bottoms in a way no other hanging planter can boast. Trailing Italian bellflowers, ‘Cora Cascade’ trailing vinca, Calibrachoa (Million bells), and the popular Ipomea batatas (Sweet Potato Vine), just to name a few, are well-suited for Crescent Garden’s Hanging Planters.
Striking, colorful bromeliads, heuchera, tiarella, begonias, and impatiens will add excitement to the company’s Round Planters. They provide near-endless choices for placement on decks, porches, verandahs, stairs, and even creatively situated directly in the garden.
One of the most stunning container selections on the market today, Crescent Garden’s Daniel Planters offer modern and chic design elements for any environment, used individually or combined in group container plantings. Crescent Garden’s line of designer planters recreates the fine detailing of hand-crafted artisan pottery. Yet, these containers are created in ultra-resistant, lightweight resin.
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