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Synonyms for flowerpot

a container in which plants are cultivated


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Two giant flowerpots in the image of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were on display at Birmingham's Botanical Gardens today.
As it gazed down at me, I was reminded not of Van Gogh, but of Little Weed (otherwise known as "Weeeeeeeeeeed"), the attractive and entirely innocent star of the children's programme, Bill and Ben, the Flowerpot Men, which fascinated me as a child.
They said she opened her door to find a man in the carrying one of her flowerpots from the entrance of her home to a car parked nearby.
Its integrated flowerpots add a touch of greenery to any indoor or outdoor environment.
The roofer from Bournemouth, Dorset, was attacked with bottles and flowerpots before he was thrown over the bar's balcony.
Mr Mallon, a roofer from Bournemouth, Dorset, was attacked with bottles and flowerpots before he was thrown over the bar's balcony, plunging 25ft.
Children at Kids 1st Day Nursery, in Rake Lane, North Shields, brought a splash of colour to their classrooms as they decorated flowerpots.
Water the flowerpots, and place them in a dark warm place.
From paper, cut out six hearts of the same size and three flowerpots.
Ever been confronted with the challenge of moving large flowerpots, landscaping stones, weighty trash cans, or heavy, awkward-to-lift objects?
At night, to protect them from the cold, cover them with inverted flowerpots or 1-gallon black plastic containers in which nursery plants are grown.
Other activities include making flowerpots and hanging baskets, bird feeders and boxes, plus getting up close and personal with some furry friends that will be visiting the centre.
The animals have been beheaded and left in flowerpots and plastic bags for their devastated families to find.
More than 5,000 people a year in the UK are injured in accidents involving flowerpots, mostly when tripping over them or attempting to move them, according to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
Much of it is mass produced for a broad range of tastes: teacups, baby armadillos, fruit bowls, techno-colored fish, flowerpots and skulls--it seems nothing is beyond the imagination of the local crafts people.