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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter, Frank J Craig: Apparaus of making a flower pot or flower pot cover with controlled pleats. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Peterson & Lee, December 17, 1991: US05073161 (227 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for forming a sheet of material into a flower pot or flower pot cover comprising means for engaging portions of the sheet of material and forming pleats in predetermined portions of the sheet of material having a predetermined shape whereby the formed flower pot or flower pot ...


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Donald E Weder, William F Straeter, Joseph G Straeter, Franklin J Craig, Wilma M Donnelly, Jack W Redditt: Method for wrapping flower pots using a self adhering wrapping material. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Lee, April 6, 1993: US05199242 (225 worldwide citation)

A wrapping material comprising a sheet of material such as paper, cellophane, foil, or man-made organic polymer film and a cling material such as polyethylene secured to a portion of the sheet of material. The cling material connects to the sheet of material and/or itself as the wrapping material is ...


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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter: Method of making a flower pot or flower pot cover with pleated skirt. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Lee, November 9, 1993: US05259106 (207 worldwide citation)

A flower pot or flower pot cover and method of making comprising a base and a skirt connected to an upper end of the base. The base includes a plurality of overlapping folds for providing structural integrity. The skirt includes a plurality of folds which are not connected to provide an overall plea ...


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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter: Flower pot or flower pot cover having connected and unconnected segments in the skirt. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Lee, October 6, 1992: US05152100 (204 worldwide citation)

A flower pot or flower pot cover having a base with an upper end and a lower end, an object opening extending through the upper end of the base. A skirt is connected to the upper end of the base and extends outwardly from the upper end of the base terminating with an outer peripheral surface. The sk ...


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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter, William F Straeter: Sleeve having a detachable portion for forming a pot cover. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap & Codding, February 27, 1996: US05493809 (139 worldwide citation)

A sleeve used to wrap items such as potted plants. The sleeve may have an open or closed bottom. When closed, the bottom may have a gusset for allowing expansion upon the depositing of the pot into the sleeve. The sleeve has a detachable upper portion. The sleeve may have a bonding material disposed ...


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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter: Flat-paneled flower pot or flower pot cover die. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Lee, July 7, 1992: US05127817 (136 worldwide citation)

A die for making a flat-paneled flower pot or flower pot cover by forming a sheet of material into a flat-paneled flower pot or flower pot cover. A platform supports a female die having an opening with flat surfaces for forming panels in the base and skirt of the flower pot or flower pot cover. The ...


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Donald E Weder, William F Straeter, Joseph G Straeter, Franklin J Craig, Wilma M Donnelly, Jack W Redditt: Curl wrap and methods for using same. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding Peterson & Lee, February 5, 1991: US04989396 (132 worldwide citation)

A wrapping for wrapping items such as floral arrangements comprising a material having a first end, a second end and a preset curl in the material whereby the material rolls over itself in an unrestrained condition. A method of wrapping an item whereby at least one item is disposed on the material w ...


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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter, William F Straeter: Method of packaging a potted plant. Southpac Trust International, Dunlap & Codding P C, November 19, 1996: US05575133 (107 worldwide citation)

A sleeve used to wrap items such as potted plants. The sleeve may have an open or closed bottom. When closed, the bottom may have a gusset for allowing expansion upon the depositing of the pot into the sleeve. The sleeve has a detachable upper portion. The sleeve may have a bonding material disposed ...


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Donald E Weder, Joseph G Straeter, William F Straeter: Method of packaging a potted plant. Southpac Trust International, Dunlap & Codding P C, November 12, 1996: US05572849 (89 worldwide citation)

A sleeve used to wrap items such as potted plants. The sleeve may have an open or closed bottom. When closed, the bottom may have a gusset for allowing expansion upon the depositing of the pot into the sleeve. The sleeve has a detachable upper portion. The sleeve may have a bonding material disposed ...


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Donald E Weder, Franklin J Craig, William F Straeter, Joseph G Straeter: Apparatus for providing a decorative cover for a flower pot using a collar. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding Peterson & Lee, January 7, 1992: US05077937 (65 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for providing a decorative cover for a flower pot comprising a collar wherein the collar clamps a sheet of material to the flower pot or wherein the sheet of material is connected to the collar and the collar is connectable to the flower pot.