6/13/20 – Tell Me You Can’t Have Too Many Pots – Pottery for Sale
Here’s what’s out: most the glazed pottery.
For now, terracotta reigns supreme, and there’s lots. So tell me, you can’t have too many pots.
Technically, all pottery is not free, which means it’s for sale, but there’s quite a bit of broken terracotta that is free for polite visitors.
I like to give free pots or discounts with purchases though, which is where the free really comes in. Feel free to test my generosity.
You’ll find lots of pots $2 to $25, and deals are to be had on the $30 reds photographed.
My garden planters can be found in North Denver near the Highway 36 / Pecos exit.
Be sure to communicate with me before heading out though as you don’t have my address. I’m glad to let you know if I can accommodate your schedule or not.
I’m only available Saturdays and Sundays from 930 in the morning until 6 in the evening.
If you’d like, you can contact me directly at 744. Shoot me a text.
Masks remain mandatory. Payment by phone is still the safest route. Venmo and friends are welcome.
I may not be able to offer these low of terracotta prices for long, so don’t delay.
What terra-ble tid bits do I have to share? Grow joy in your macetas and trade for outdoor time out of the house. Don’t worry, we’ll have house plants soon enough for those who don’t want to be outdoors ;-) . There’s extra discounts you can use on more flowers this spring or any of the seasons when you get great deals on garden pottery. Most the clay is Italian, which will house discounter cactus décor and other decorative gifts in my home’s backyard in due time. The sale always comes with deals, but dirt, succulents, flower, seeds, and tools are extra. We value fruit seedlings by design here, but a desert plant or a free with purchase planter filled with local soil and imported euphorbia or a green pachypodium are more our style. We’ve planted the seed gardener friends to get outside and play with cacti planters, use your surplus water wisely, and transform your deck into a landscape with a tree, a container succulent, and family planting. Your small trees will dig our discount xeriscape maceta options. I’ll barter pottery for your land. It’s like a yard sale with nursery gardening, potting, plants, and even some yucca.
Northglenn, Broomfield, Lafayette, and Commerce City are no more than 20 minutes from my location. Golden isn’t far from Sherrelwood, which is where we’re at in unincorporated Denver. Longmont, Loveland, and Erie could be a little drive, but we’re worth it. Gardeners from Louisville, Centennial, Superior, Boulder, Thornton, and even Castle Rock have visited so far. We get plenty of hits from Aurora, Parker, Lakewood, and Federal Heights too. Yes, Westminster is much closer than Fort Collins or Greeley, but if you live in Littleton, I’m less than 15 miles away.
There’s never too many pots.
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