10/22/22 - The Negotiation of Giving You Something for Free - Plants + Planters for Sale

Here we are. You're thirsty.

You want that free stuff, but you don't know how to proceed.

Well I'm about to free your mind.

It's free. You're mine.

In time, you'll see the truth, but first, come on down, to the part of town with all the pots.

That would be in North Denver, where there’s lots off Highway 36 and the Pecos exit. Find me and those pots from 11-6 on the weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, forever.

You might be able to arrange another to visit as well, but message me for my address in any event:

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I hate to break it to you before you arrive, but no, not everything you see is for free. I can’t even promise you that I posted any pictures of things that are free.

Most of everything you’ve seen is certainly for sale.

The glazed ceramic pots, they’re $5 to $150.

The terracotta planters? They run from $1 to $40.

The plants? Unless they’re dead, they’re $5 to $80 for the most part, but be sure to ask about the ones you want.

What I want you to do is understand that this is a store, where things are bought, and you can give me your money in exchange for a little bit of my blood, sweat, and tears.

There’s no negotiations, but there are multi item discounts.

Buy two or more items of your choosing and receive discounts on the total.

Don’t discount that the theme of this post is “Free” though. I have lots of free stuff to give you. It might just not be the things you like.

Maybe it’s a style of pottery that’s not selling, or a saucer that I hate. Maybe it’s something that’s cracked, but usable, and you’re saving me from throwing it at a wall in slow motion. Maybe it’s something hideous and you’re giving it to your mother-in-law who has terrible taste.

Know your market. I know mine. I give free things all the time. On top of great prices and discounts, I offer all of the following free of charge:


Fanciful imagery

Opinions on Fancy Feast

Terracottas for kids

Little plants for those little scamps as well

Rescues and cuttings on occasion

Cracked, damaged, or otherwise unsellable pots

You could easily ask me for a larger plastic pot

Potting services

Likely a pallet or two

Cardboard and styrofoam free of charge

Lots of pottery shards

Broken clay pieces

A scant amount of glazed ceramic bits

A little bit of this, a little bit of that

That’s not to say you can’t negotiate for a better freebie. Come to a “A House of Pots” hot, guns blazing, buying everything every which way, and test my generosity. I guarantee there’s no shop or store that cares more about hooking you up proper.

But what’s a solid pottery deal without a proper amount of negotiation? I’ll try to give you something I don’t like based on your order preferences, or I’ll show you a bunch of rubbish you can rummage through. You can certainly turn down whatever refuse I offer. It’s up to you to show up and secure the free trinkets you deserve.

Yes, you’ll likely walk away some stuff I didn’t want, and it might have been trash to me. But who cares?

My trash is another man's treasure. My class is on a whole nother level. Take this master class on pottery jargon for example:

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