As a salute to the middle of April, I decided to feature some planters that were manufactured in the middle of the last century. Because, why not?
The light green Shawnee Kenwood 1301 smaller than medium container lends itself to a more or less conventional spring arrangement. Here, it brightens up a corner of my work desk.
A medium-small rectangular container is very heavy duty. The very light pink glaze compliments the mostly red colors of the small blooms.
The cobalt blue California Pottery pitcher vase is perfect for an array of green plants. The shapes of the drip glaze reflect the long green leaves of the planting.