|LACEBARK, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120324609||Sugar maple tree named - WHIT XLV - A variety of sugar maple,||12-20-2012|
|20120260375||Crapemyrtle plant named 'WHIT IX' - A new and distinct variety of crapemyrtle,||10-11-2012|
|20120159843||WATER RETENTION DEVICE FOR AN INDIVIDUAL PLANT CONTAINER - A water retention device is used in conjunction with a plant container. The water retention device comprises a resilient plate structure forming a central cover, a sidewall extending from a perimeter of the central cover, and a slot extending through the sidewall and a portion of the central cover. The sidewall engages an inner surface of the plant container and supports the central cover at a spaced distance above a growth medium. The resilient plate structure is manually configurable to open the slot for receiving a plant stem so that the plant stem extends through the central cover. Water may be supplied to the plant container using either a spray stake disposed under the central cover or using a trough formed in the central cover. Where a spray stake is used, the inner surfaces of the sidewall and central cover may include ribs that deflect water.||06-28-2012|
|20120012683||WATERING DEVICE FOR AN INDIVIDUAL PLANT CONTAINER - A watering device includes a cover, support members, and a water nozzle secured to the underneath side of cover. The water nozzle directs water outward along the first side of the cover to distribute water across the top surface of the plant growth medium in a nursery plant container. A desired water deflection pattern may optionally be achieved using one or more water deflectors secured to the underneath side of the cover in a position within a water distribution pattern of the water nozzle. The cover may include an open slot allowing the cover to be placed about the stem of a plant growing in the container and set on the top surface of the plant growth medium.||01-19-2012|
Patent applications by LACEBARK, INC.