" Ground Flower Pot Holder - 6-8" width
Ground Flower Pot Holder - 6-8" width

Ground Flower Pot Holder - 6-8" width - This pot holder will hold a 6" pot over the grave marker and off of the ground. One on each side creates a beautiful symmetrical appearance for your floral arrangements. (Pot Not Included.)

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Last Modified: 10/26/2014