One Planter, Two Ways: The Fiberclay Cube

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Our favorite addition to the garden for fall, the new Fiberclay Cube Planter is providing plenty of inspiration for our stylists. Equally suited to wild, meadow-inspired botanicals and minimalist groupings, an architectural shape pairs with all-weather durability to form this all-season staple in our planter lineup. Read on to learn how we created the two distinctive looks above with the Fiberclay Cube as our base.

Wild Meadow: Capturing the bounty of a season in transition, our planter doubles as a vase for this cut arrangement. Tall, seeded grasses and dried cotton look ahead to fall, while vibrant echinacea provides a last burst of summer color.

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Dried & fresh cut thistles
Amaranth
Muhly grass
Echinacea
Dried cotton stems

Fall Foliage: An elegant grouping that's perfect for the autumn doorstep, this trio of plantings features a simple, boxwood monoculture and a minimalist combination of Japanese maple and sedge grass. The third and largest planter balances warm autumn hues and crisp evergreens with a tall, Leyland cypress surrounded by fall color.

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Leyland cypress
Purple fountain grass
Boxwood
Petunia
Sedge grass
Japanese maple

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