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Garden Shed Essentials: Flowerpot Brushes

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Garden Shed Essentials: Flowerpot Brushes

November 9, 2017

File this under gardening gear mostly found in the UK: traditional flowerpot brushes for cleaning compost and debris from plant pots.

The brushes are made from sturdy hardwoods with conical-shaped bristles of various fibers. For those in the US, we’ve sourced domestic options:

Above: Made by Scotland-based company Nutscene, the Pot Brush is made from bassine bristles with a pine handle; £13.50. For US gardeners, a Nutscene Pot Brush is $20 from Garden Living.

Above: The untreated beechwood Flowerpot Brushes are made of bahia, a type of still palm fiber fill, by Redecker in Germany. Available in two sizes, the large is $15 from Shed.

Above: The Flower Pot Bristle Brush features a small leather string for hanging on the wall; $15.99 from Amazon.

N.B.: Tidy days ahead, with more of our favorite brushes:

Product summary  

Brushes & Sponges

Pot Brush

£12.50 GBP from Labour & Wait

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