Antique Copper metal Handmade Apple Butter pot
Handmade Antique Copper Apple Butter Pot
This pot has a with rolled rim, dovetailed bottom and heavy wrought iron. Perfect for storing firewood, blankets, and pillows. This year old Copper cauldron is from a farm in South Woodstock, Vermont. The farm is still in the same family since the early s. This pot is the perfect accent in your Farmhouse or Country Decor and design. Why not use this beautiful pot in your mid century or ultra modern decor as well!
These can be used in the garden as a water feature, a planter or for ice to keep drinks cold. I like using these large copper pots during the fall with Mums and small Alpine trees for Christmas. I have seen some of these converted as light fixtures too. The decorative appeal of this copper pot is endless. See below for a few design ideas for this Antique Copper pot. The size of this treasure is 25 D by 16h, on sale for $ in my booth MLW.
LG. Antique Apple Butter Pot
Wrought Iron Handle detail
Rolled Copper rim detail
Looking into the pot, Dovetailed detail
DESIGN IDEAS FOR ANTIQUE COPPER POTS. Antiques are GREEN and can fit in any decor.
Copper pots used for firewood. This makes the room very cozy. Also notice the mix use of copper and brass tools. Mixing metals adds interest to any home decor These photos are pulled from www.Pinterest.com and www.EBTH.com auction.
flowering plants with copper beautiful. from Pinterest
Copper pots with Herbs, from Pinterest
Use for icing drinks during July 4th party or any party, from Pinterest
Applebutter making in New England at the end of October, from Pinterest
Copper cauldron converted into a water fountain in a sunken garden, from Pinterest
Tulips in a old verdigris patina, from Pinterest
Antique Copper pot converted as a light fixture, from Pinterest
This Antique copper cauldron keeps a check on your extra blankets and pillows.
image is from www.EBTH.com auction. This is a great source for items.
2 Cauldrons converted into a BAR. Clever design in a Modern setting.
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To plant plants next to the garage wall that won't wilt due to the dryer vent being there
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Plants to Grow in Copper Planters
By Karen Carter
Copper planters are decorative metal containers that do not rust. Untreated copper containers do tarnish with a greenish cast, but they do not break or crack. Many shapes and sizes are available, including highly detailed and textured plant pots. Copper planters tend to deter pests like slugs and snails and conduct heat so the soil heats up in direct sunlight. These planters are useful for growing plants inside and outside.
Too much copper in the soil can impede plants' uptake of nutrients, which can stunt growth. Copper in the soil also kills the tips of small feeder roots. This rarely happens in copper planters because the copper is fixed in the form of the container and only small amounts can leech into the soil. If toxicity is a concern, either line the planter or place your plant in a smaller container the fits into the copper container.
Ornamental grasses grow well in copper planters, providing a vertical, classic look. One arching grass is the “Fireworks” fountain grass (Pennisetum setaceum “Fireworks”), growing 36 inches tall spreading 24 inches wide in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 and The grass blades are striped with white, green, burgundy and hot pink colors, and purple tassels appear in the summer and work well as cut flowers. Ruby grass (Melinus nerviglumis) forms clumps of blue-green upright blades with 8- to inch-long purplish-pink plumes throughout the summer in USDA zones 8 through
Perennial flowers live for years in copper containers without having to be reseeded each year. One example is the “Minarette” dwarf lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus “Minarette”), which produces showy, 1 1/2-foot-tall flower spikes in the summer over a mound of green leaves. This perennial flower is available in blue, red, yellow, pink and white in USDA plant hardiness zones 4 through 9. “Sunny Elena” African daisies (Osteospermum “Sunny Elena”), in USDA zones 9 through 11, produce rich purple blossoms with unusual spoon-shaped petals with evergreen leaves. The 6- through 8-inch-tall flowers appear from spring through fall.
Depending on the size of the copper planters, small shrubs grow well in these decorative containers. The shrub-like yucca “Color Guard” Adam’s needle (Yucca filamentosa “Color Guard”) provides dramatic architectural forms with green- and yellow-striped, sword-shaped leaves reaching 2 feet tall with white, bell-shaped summer blossoms on top of a 6-foot-tall stalk in USDA zones 5 through The yellow coloration turns rose-colored during cold weather. “Dusky Bells” Australian fuchsia (Correa “Dusky Bells”) grows best in USDA zones 9 and 10, reaching 1 to 3 feet tall with pink, tubular-shaped flowers appearing from fall until spring with deep green, citrus-scented evergreen leaves. This shrub attracts hummingbirds to the container.
Karen Carter spent three years as a technology specialist in the public school system and her writing has appeared in the "Willapa Harbor Herald" and the "Rogue College Byline." She has an Associate of Arts from Rogue Community College with a certificate in computer information systems.
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