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Terra-cotta, wood, plastic, metal, re-purposed materials - so many options to hold your plants, how will you pick? Check out some of our favorites to help you narrow your choices.

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Terra-cotta-style Trough

Versatile clay can be molded to almost any shape. But take a good look - could this be plastic? These days it can be hard to tell the two apart. While replicating the look of clay, plastic is lighter, frostproof and usually cheaper. It’s also better at keeping compost and plant roots moist during hot dry spells. Low cost, plastic pots also come in a huge color range.

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