Helena PotBergs Potter –
In the Lazio region north of Rome lies the village of Di Bolzena that was once home village for many potters.
One of the most prominent, Roberto Rosso, created "Helena" which, with its characteristic " lace" is inspired by ancient Greece. The pot was a great success in Italy during the 1800s and has now once again been put into production, this time in Tuscany.
It is possible to plant directly in the pot as it has drainage holes in the bottom and a barrel that collects excess water.
Helena is available in five different sizes.