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Garden

  • Bells Mobile Wind Chime
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    6 x 6 x 25 inches
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  • Big Liberte 3 Pot Collection
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    It is a traditional flower pot shape in a 4.25” pot. These pots have a convenient drainage hole so your plants can thrive and grow in a bigger space. The styles are bold and whimsy with some fun colors and patterns. Big Liberte is 4.25" in diameter and tall. Plants we love in the pot: Crassula, Echeveria, Sedum, Burro's Tail, and Agave. Plants in photos are not included.
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  • Bird House and Birds
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    With the sweet sound of the bells on this chain, you can count on the birds coming home to roost. Measuring 4.5 x 48 inches and made from steel.
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  • Bird House and Birds Wind Chime
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    16 x 3 x 23 inches
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  • Birdie Wind Chime Set
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    These darling baby birdies sing a sweet tune! Set of 3 birdies with aluminum chimes. Decorated with hand painted dots in a multitude of colors. Gold 4"l hanging cord attached. Each bird with chimes: 5"l x 3 1/2"w
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  • Birds and Bells Mobile
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    21.5 x 1 x 20 inches
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  • Blomma
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    Blomma

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    Blomma

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    We have spent years trying to create the best faux flower. Blomma (the Swedish word for Flower) comes in nine colors: Blue Grey, Hunter Green, Light Grey, Orange, Pea Green, Pink, Seafoam, Teal, and Yellow. Each felt pom pom is attached to an iron rod and stands about 7 inches tall. They look great in our pooley vases.
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  • Bloom: The Luminous Gardens of Fredrico Azevedo
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    Bloom: The Luminous Gardens of Frederico Azevedo presents the accomplished work of Frederico Azevedo—a leading landscape designer whose work carries an emphasis on flowers, which he uses to “lure the eye through the flow of the design.” This stunning body of work explores the hallmarks of an Azevedo garden, featuring his signature curving, floral borders, and his creative integration of native or well-adapted plants. He also often creates multi-dimensional vistas using layers of flowers, trees, grasses, shrubs, and hedges to dramatic effect. The results of his impeccable designs are soft and romantic, always sophisticated and well-executed, and most importantly, site-specific to the unique conditions of any environment. Discover the luminous world of Frederico Azevedo and his dazzling gardens.

    Frederico Azevedo was born in Brazil and studied landscape design in Brazil, England, and the United States. Azevedo founded Unlimited Earth Care, Inc. in 1993, to create beautiful, sustainable landscapes. He is a member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, the American Horticultural Society, and the Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons. Azevedo divides his time between the Hamptons, New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami, and travels abroad frequently.

    For over two decades, Azevedo’s award-winning, curated, and holistic approach to landscape design has been recognized nationally and internationally in both architectural and landscaping publications.

    “Let the beauty of his creations wash over you and get inspired to go digging in the dirt yourself this summer.” –Fashion Week Daily

    “His elegant designs rely on seemingly simple concepts, such as repetition of color, texture, and shape, but sophisticatedly executed to romantic effect.” –Aspire Home & Design

    “Frederico has graduated from growing vegetables as a child to creating sweeping, blooming fields of flowers for his clients–always in kaleidoscopic hues.” –House Beautiful

    “Known for his sinuous shapes, eco-friendly ethos, and use of native flowers, the award-winning designer was influenced at an early age by Brazilian landscape geniuses Lota de Macedo Shares and Roberto Burle Marx and his colorful interpretations are things that dreams are made of.” –Galerie Magazine

    “This stunning body of work explores the hallmarks of an Azevedo garden–his signature curving, floral borders, and integration of native plants.” –Array Magazine

    “His elegant designs rely on seemingly simple concepts, such as repetition of color, texture, and shape, but sophisticatedly executed to romantic effect.” –Aspire Home & Design

    Hardcover

    200 Pages / 9” X 12.125”

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