10/15/22 - Winter Is Coming — Terracotta Saucers, Pots, and Plants for Sale

Winter is coming, and there’s not a darn thing you can do about it.

Unless you have plants that is.

If you can feel the frigid climes coming in the air, you might care to bring your plants in for the cold freeze season, which is 6+ months in Colorado.


Terracotta saucers

Every pot that needs a spot inside needs a tray on which it can reside, so your precious floors may remain dry.

Why is this so important?

I don’t know, I didn’t make up the rules. But saucers, plates, and trays are known for their benefits, so you’d be of benefit to come get some sooner than later to get your bottoms addressed.

All the plants, pots, trays, and what not are located in North Denver, but message me for the address:

<< 909 >> << 744 >> << 7708 >>

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Looking for prices on trays? Look no further:

4.3" - $2

5.1" - $4

5.9" - $5

6.7" - $6

7.5" - $7

8.3" - $7.50

9.1" - $8

9.8" - $10

10.6" - $12.50

11.4" - $15

12.2" - $15

14.2" - $20

Looking for a plant shop near you? As long as you’re not too far from Highway 36 and the Pecos exit, look no further.

Prices range from $5-40 for the most part and there are odds, ends, and big / special plants that cost a bit more.

Looking for a plant store near you that also sells pots? Look no further, because I’m a pottery store that sells plants.

Behold many glazed, ceramic beauties, priced $10 to $150, for all of your plantacular needs. Terracotta is even better priced at $1 to $35.

Looking for absolutely free stuff? Look no further. I have all the worthless filler your heart desires, including:

Filth, junk, rubbage, waste, whatnot, styrofoam, paper bits, terracotta chunks, broken pots, general shards.

I also give free pots in bundled purchases, discounts on multiple items, and free 2.5 inch plants to kids.

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Looking for me to end this post by tying it all together, reiterating something humorous, and reminding you why you need to come on by?

*** A House of Pots: We’ve got all the trays you crave ***

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