NEW LAUNCHES - READY FOR THE PLANTING SEASON.
The arrival of spring signals the end of indoor work and the beginning of outdoor play, as well as the need to clean up the garden and give dormant plants a fresh burst of energy.
Bergs Potter, a Danish design brand creating pots your plants love, has some pleasant surprises up its sleeve this spring that will win over any dedicated botanist, horticulturist, or passionate hobby gardener.
ADA THE ADORNING FLOWER DISH.
ADA is the traditional name for 'Adornment'. And is there anything more adorning than flowers in bloom or an abundance of fresh herbs? ADA is The wheel-thrown dish that complements every possible shade of floral adornment.
The dish is specially moulded to appeal to all our senses with nature's own ornaments and aromas. Because it comes with a saucer, ADA makes the ideal botanical decoration for any table, and it also works wonderfully as a pleasant seasonal decoration for the console in the entryway.
ADA is able to hold both uncontrolled wildness and organic elegance - all at the same time. Available in two colours, rosa and grey, and five sizes (Ø): 25 cm, 30 cm, 35 cm, 40 cm and 45 cm.
With its soft organic shape, the ADA dish is the perfect base for herbs and flower bulbs, encouraging you to create a fragrant centrepiece off freshly grown herbs for a beautiful table setting.
FLORA - THE BOTANICAL GODDESS.
The FLORA pot is the name of Bergs Potter's comprehensive flowerpot series, which will be released in spring 2023. The collection includes nine sizes ranging from 10 cm to 35 cm and is available in raw rose and grey terracotta.
The Flora pot germinated from the Danish pottery brand's love of plants and is their tribute to botanical craftsmanship. There's no doubt that this pot and the flourishing plants within it will create a natural and heart-warming environment. It is sculpted with all the knowledge and love of plants, and the roots of her design can be traced back to the 1800s. FLORA's simple design accentuates her contents and is guaranteed to appeal to the keen botanist.
The name Flora refers to the goddess of the same name, who in Roman mythology was the goddess of all plants, flowers, and fertility. Today, the name is often used to denote plant life in general or in connection with the famous comprehensive 18th-century Danish encyclopedia of botany, the Flora Danica.
THE KØBENHAVNER BOWL: A BRAND-NEW ADDITION TO THE POPULAR FLOWERPOT SERIES.
The Københavner Pot is the first pot designed by Bergs Potter. This noble flowerpot is inspired by pottery made for the Royal Danish Palace of Fredensborg in 1860 and is now available as a low pot — perfect when experimenting with container garden recipes for indoor and outdoor — and combining houseplants, succulents, herbs, and bulbs in creative displays.
There are three sizes available of the low Københavner Pot: 21 cm, 25 cm, and 30 cm, both in grey and rosa terracotta.
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