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Wild Clay Pot

Udumbara

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The pots are made using eco energy from wild, natural clay from the small village of Kultela in Somero, Southwestern Finland. Wild clay planters are ideally suited for a plant's physiological needs. The porous nature of clay means you cannot easily overwater plants, the roots can breathe, and the clay itself has excellent heat retention and repellent properties. Part of their beauty is their tendency to beautify with age as they weather and absorb mineral salts from the soil.

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#22 CONTENT

Udumbara - Pot En Argile Sauvage / Nüüd Ceramics - Platter Nüüd (photo: Maris Kase&Stephanie Wong) / Bozidar Brazda - mirror (you), 2010, silkscreen on canvas / Hiiumaa mittens from Emmaste (revalry.com) / Kätlin Lõbu - untitled illustration / Janna Syvänoja - Uudesti Syntyva Maisema / Janna Syvänoja - The Birch Bark Months / Atelier Klemens - Fårö, composition & collage, digital art, i and viii.

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