9/25/21 - A Divorce-Worthy Amount of Pottery - Plant + Planter Sale Repost

If you love ‘em, they might leave you.

For sale are thousands of planters and hundreds of plants (mostly cacti and succulents); and if you buy them all, or even just the right amount, you might get to experience what a “divorce-worthy amount of pottery” is all about.

Hi everyone, I’m Ian, and I’ve been specializing and stockpiling large sums of pottery for longer than I’ve been a Colorado citizen.

At the origin of it all was my first pottery purchase, all 25,000 pounds of it, which used communal funds, required spousal approval, and was never discussed with said spouse before purchasing thousands and thousands of dollars’ worth of pots; some of which were sight unseen.

My wife had never seen so much before, or so much rage, but luckily it worked out. You might not be so lucky if you happen to follow suit though.

But if you want to live on the wild side, save in bulk, and possibly jeopardize your marriage, I’m your guy.

I just received tons of glazed pottery, over 10 tons if you want to be exact, and these ceramic beauties really are things of beauty. There’s lots of new styles you can’t find anywhere else between 6 and 20 inches, ranging between $15 and $100.

Overall, there’s lots of other great planters to be had. Most glazed or ceramic planters range from $10 to $85 in general while a concrete planter could be anywhere between 10 and 18 inches and cost between $40 and $80. We’ve got Resin / plastic pots well, which cost between $10 and $30 for a range of sizes between 11.8 and 24 inches.

On the plant side, there’s large cactus, which can cost upwards of $300 on something ancient or uncommon, with everything else, such as succulents and house plants, ranging from $5 to $45 for the most part. There are lots of cacti and a small variety of house plants like pothos, monstera, and other philodendron $10 to $40.

Whenever a customer buys two or more items, they receive a cash discount or free items depending on what they’ve selected.

If you’ve divorced enough from reality to think that I went out of my way to acquire, post, and distribute exclusively free items, then we should discuss how you can supply me with a small business loan to buy even more free things for the good people of Denver.

All my pots are located in North Denver, right off Highway 36 and the Pecos exit. This area is called Sherrelwood. You can call me for the exact address, or you just message me through here, but it’s clear I haven’t posted my address publicly.

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Fall is here and spring is long gone, so I’m available just Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. If these days don’t work for you, feel free to reach out about a date or time that would and we can coordinate.

Since a divorce-worthy amount of pottery just arrived, I have even more absolutely free, no purchase necessary items to distribute:

Terracotta for kids (kids always get free stuff here)

Pottery shards (new trucks = new breaks)


Divorce attorney recommendations

Pallets (people have been asking, and a bunch just arrived)

Plant clippings (while supplies last)

Plant rescues (ask what I have)

Suggestion on how to explain divorce-worthy amount of pottery

Pottery jargon

I recently A/B tested posts with and without pottery jargon, and believe it or not, the jargon is here to stay:

Looking for a backyard bargain? Can you barter for cacti? Cactus isn’t cheap, but a clay container is a deal, for deals’ comparison sake. Deck out your décor and get decorative despite this desert of design found in the mile high. Come dig my estate sized euphorbia for extra fun for your family and the exterior of your home. Whether you’re shopping for a flower or flowers, there’s free with purchase items as the fruit of your labor. We’re stock piling more Gainey than all of the 5280, so clear out your garage, scour your garden, ask any gardener gardening; we’ve got green for you if you help grow our house of Gainey pots. Land landscape pots for landscaping without paying local nursery prices outside of your comfort zone. Pachypodium is a plant that eventually needs a large planter / planters for planting as they become rather large plants. We’ve got the pottery for your potting on sale comparable to a succulent or succulents. Surplus is my trade, as are tree sized yucca trees that value low water set ups like any good, xeriscape option. It’s the maceta yard sale, where it’s a macetas holiday of Italian pots, house plants, outdoor options, and glazed ceramics outdoors, like a good ceramic should be.

If you’re a fan of randomized lists of places relative to their distance from Sherrelwood, feast your eyes upon: Centennial (23 mi.), Longmont (26 mi.), Broomfield (9 mi.), Parker (32 mi.), Commerce City (5 mi.), Littleton (18 mi.), Northglenn (6 mi.), Thornton (5 mi.), Louisville (13 mi.), Front Range (1.3 to 130 mi.), Aurora (14-25 mi.), Westminster (2.5 mi.), Lafayette (14 mi.), Castle Rock (37 mi.), Fort Collins (58 mi.), Greeley (57 mi.), Lakewood (14 mi.), Arvada (6.5 mi.), Loveland (45 mi.), Denver (8 mi.), Superior (13 mi.), Erie (21 mi.), Golden (14 mi.), Boulder (20 mi.), Federal Heights (2 mi.).

*** Like a good divorce, these pots aren’t cheap, but they’re worth it ***

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