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Sourcing pots at the Royal Botanic Gardens

FINISHING TOUCHES TO A GARDEN or outside space often involves using pots and containers planted-up with annuals, shrubs or topiary. There are so many options available from classic lead, faux lead, terracotta, fibreglass, stone, hazel and willow... that it can seem confusing. Choosing a pot or planter that complements your garden is key to creating a sense of harmony. Used selectively, we think this range of crackle-glazed terracotta pots and planters - spotted on a recent visit to the Garden Shop at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew (2.5 miles from Barnes) - would work well in most settings.

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