a lightweight yet durable alternative to real stone, this material has the appearance of pure sculpted stone.
Any of various hard, brittle, heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials made by shaping and then firing a nonmetallic mineral, such as clay, at a high temperature. Usually available in an array of colors, they add a visual pop to your landscape.
A beautiful metal with an orange hue that will develop a soft green patina over time.
Color resists natural elements of sun, wind, and water to retain its natural hue.
Ultra-sturdy material that will not rot, stain, bleach, freeze or become disjointed. Resists breaking.
Able to resist the condensation and freezing of moisture in the air. Tender plants will suffer extensive damage or die when exposed to frost.
The science of growing plants in mineral solutions or liquid, instead of in soil.
A soil mixture designed for use in container gardens and potted plants. Potting mixes should be loose, light, and sterile.
A lightweight and portable material that is able to stand up to wear and tear and the heat of summer due to its durable construction
A passive system which, like hydroponics, provides a better flow of nutrients to your plant than traditional potting and drainage systems. Only the roots are in contact with highly oxygenated and clean water. The dirt on top does not hold the water which helps prevent mold, root rot and other plant diseases.
(Italian for “Baked Earth”) is a ceramic. The term is also used to refer to items made out of this material and to its natural, brownish orange color.
A partly or entirely closed glass container used to house a collection of indoor plants.
Will not fade, crack, or discolor due to sun exposure and its ultra-violet rays.
A lightweight and easy to maintain material, vinyl can be painted with latex pain to achieve your desired color.
is commercially pure iron. In contrast to steel, it has a very low carbon content. Wrought iron is tough, malleable, ductile and easily welded.