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Level Your Pots

by Charlie Nardozzi


You?ve probably heard of pot feet and pot toes. These products are used to keep containers elevated off the ground for better water drainage. Now there?s a way to keep you pots, statues, and garden ornaments level so they can be placed on uneven surfaces, such as driveways and paths.

The Potlevel is made of two circular, polypropylene wedges that rotate. Revolve the wedges to adjust the thickness of the Potlevel and create the proper angle to correct for your slope. Place your pot on the Potlevel and readjust until the pot is level.

The Potlevel is made for 8- to 14-inch-diameter pots and can hold pots weighing up to 800 pounds. It comes in two colors: terra-cotta and stone.

For more information on the Potlevel, go to: Gardener?s Supply Company.

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