Rows of young trees, planted in individual cedar containers, are pictured at a tree nursery. The trees are organized in long, straight lines. When the trees mature, they will be removed from their individual pots and planted in the ground.
How delightfully French and gourmet these copper pots look! Every chef would appreciate the variety of sizes for cooking every kind of imaginable dish. Some pots are large enough to boil water; others are ideal for steaming vegetables.
These copper pots and pans are conveniently hanging from hooks on a rack mounted near the ceiling, adding a practical and decorative element to the kitchen. This assortment of high quality copper pots enables the cook to prepare many types of foods.
Potting soil is most often made from peat moss, composted plant materials, sand, and perlite, which is a volcanic glass that has a high water content, suitable for drainage in the potting soil.
While a hose is a more efficient way to water a garden, a watering can does come in handy at times when the garden is inaccessible by hose or the garden is so small that a hose would be impractical.
Three pots of ink and a syringe are photographed on a white background, and are ready to be used in refillable ink cartridges. Simply fill the syringe with the correct color ink, and inject it into empty cartridges.