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Donald E Weder, Erwin H Weder, Herbert A Weder, Franklin J Craig: Cover forming apparatus. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Peterson, March 29, 1988: US04733521 (553 worldwide citation)

A cover forming apparatus for forming a sheet of material about an object to produce a decorative cover for the object. The cover forming apparatus includes a cover former having an object opening formed through a portion thereof which is adapted to receive the object. The cover former includes port ...


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Donald E Weder, E H Weder, R E Jack Dunn, Franklin J Craig: Article forming system. Highland Supply Corporation, Dunlap Codding & Peterson, September 27, 1988: US04773182 (517 worldwide citation)

An article forming system for forming at least one sheet of material into an article, such as a decorative flower pot cover for example, and a novel article formed utilizing such a system. The article forming system includes a male die, a female die and a platform having a support surface and an ope ...


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Clara Francis Stonehocker: Expandable pot for containing plants and method therefor. Burton & Dorr, August 23, 1977: US04043077 (512 worldwide citation)

An expandable pot for containing the roots of a plant is designed to expand primarily in response to the growth of the plant's roots. The sides of the pot are folded in an accordian-like manner which flexes outwardly to increase the volume of the pot in response to the growth of the roots therein. A ...


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Mildred A Crawford: Decorative and protective device for use with a floral container. Wayland D Keith, June 8, 1976: US03962503 (482 worldwide citation)

The present device is used in connection with floral arrangements which utilize a pot or vase with water therein, which water might spill or seep onto the surface of a piece of furniture, such as a table or the like. The device embodies a sheet of decorative foil which is cemented to a tray, which t ...


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William S Shore: Plant package. Bosworth Sessions & McCoy, October 10, 1978: US04118890 (451 worldwide citation)

A plant package is disclosed which protects and maintains the plant during shipment, storage and display and which permits the marketing of plants through self-service outlets. The package has an outer light-transmissive plastic container which is generally prismatic-shaped with a polygonal cross se ...


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Earl R Witte: Protective sleeve for plants. Meridian, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, June 8, 1982: US04333267 (397 worldwide citation)

A protective sleeve for plants or flowers composed of a pair of sheets of material which are joined together along their side edges to form a tapered tubular sleeve to house the plant. At least one of the sheets is formed of porous, spun bonded synthetic fibrous material to permit circulation of air ...


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Edwin H Weder, Donald E Weder: Flower pot covering. Harvey B Jacobson, November 17, 1981: US04300312 (329 worldwide citation)

A substantially planar sheet of thin plastic film is held about the exterior of a flower pot by use of a cradle having a substantially circular base with a plurality of upstanding fingers spaced evenly about the base. The cradle is produced in a size just slightly larger than the flower pot it is to ...


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Simcha Landau: Cover for potted plants and method for covering potted plants. W Patrick Quast, August 17, 1993: US05235782 (277 worldwide citation)

An improved cover for potted plants and method for covering potted plants is described. The cover provides a water tight seal at its base while at the same time protecting the plant from contact with water leaking out of the plant. The cover is in the form of a flat, tear-away bag that customers of ...


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Willem Koudstaal, William J Organ: Method for protecting plants during transportation by packaging and article. Koninklijke Emballage Industrie Van Leer, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, August 30, 1983: US04400910 (267 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method for protecting plants during transportation by packaging plant (2) and its pot (1) in a bag (3) which at least partly consists of microporous material (6) having preferably an air-permeability of 0.1-300 mm.sup.3 air per second per Pascal per m.sup.2 of the film mat ...


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Charles C Harris: Method and package for fresh cut flower arrangements and plants. Jetram Sales, Ronald W Hind, July 17, 1990: US04941572 (259 worldwide citation)

The package (10) for shipping and storing articles such as cut flower arrangements (14) includes a flower container (12) lower portion is provided with a water-containing absorbent foam block (18) receiving the flower stems (38) in pierced relation and a block (20) of non-absorbent, relatively rigid ...