10/29/22 - The Pots Are Off - Lots of Pottery & Plants for Sale

Let me be real with you.

Let me be too real with you.

The pots are off.

The switch that was flipped to bring them all here has been securely flipped “off”.

I’m not just popping off. I’m not going on some rant. I can’t buy more pottery for a long time, so come take what’s mine, and prices that can’t be beat.

The terracotta pots you want, we’ve got lots, $1-40 on timeless clay planters.

Clay saucers and trays, or bottoms you might say, we’ve got all the sizes that fit all our terracotta pottery priced $2 to $20. Rumor has it these fit wonderfully under a pot that’s missing a tray.

Glazed, yes, we’ve still got lots, but the best stuff is likely to go fast as there are no replacements in sight.

I've even got a new firesale section you might like to take a look at.

If you can see yourself wanting plants or pots, venture on up to North Denver, off Highway 36 and the Pecos exit, and look for A House of Pots.

We’re open from 11-6 on the weekends, Saturday and Sunday, and I’m glad to give you my address if you’re interested in checking the place out:

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

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It’s true you can look up the address from the business name or social handle listed above, but you’re welcome to chat with me beforehand about how you get here and what this business all entails as well.

Yes, there’s a plant shop element here for those who want to buy plants near me, and they all range in price, but are overall reasonable. I can also special order plants for you if there’s something you want but don’t see.

One key element has always been highly competitive prices, multi-item discounts, and a unique shopping experience like no other. That will never change.

What is changing is instead of saying only my low dollar items are free, I have some great ones I’ll be gifting away as promotions, typically terracotta, for visitors independent of their purchase.

Ask me in person which those might be.

In the meantime, you can always assume we have these for free:

Broken pottery

Pottery shards

Random cardboard

Little plants for the little ones

Clay pots for tots

Cuttings and rescues on occasion

Random stuff I just don’t want that you might or might not discover

Endless pottery jargon

Pottery jargon is a jumble of searchable keywords that sometimes I arrange into complete-ish sentences. I won’t be doing that this time around:

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*** Let’s be real. Come get some pots ***

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