2/18/23 - What is A House of Pots and How Do I Give Them All the Monies - Pottery + Plants for Sale

I’ll take “Denver’s Hidden Gems” for $100, Alek. 

“At this North Denver pottery and plant shop customers find unrivaled value, selection, and low, low prices”

What is A House of Pots?


Let’s go with “Great Things to Do on the Weekend” for 2(00).

“This place of business dispenses glazed ceramics and house plants on Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 to 6, every weekend, forever.”

What is A House of Pots?


How about “I Saw Something About Free Stuff. Give Me Some Free Stuff That This Small Business Surely Paid For” for $300. 

“At this pottery store near me customers are welcome to free cardboard, broken pottery, terracotta niblets, rescue plants, occasional cuttings, potting services, resin pots, pottery jargon, and incentives for people who leave Google Reviews.”

What is A House of Pots?

That’s correct. 

Where is A House of Pots?

1620 w 74th way Denver, CO 80221

This Denver pottery shop near me is open from 11 to 6 on Saturdays and Sundays, but you can try to make arrangements to come midweek if you coordinate with the plant shop shopkeep. 

Keep in mind there’s a liquidation sale running with 25% to 50% off most planters. You’re in jeopardy of missing out if you don’t act fast. 

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Back to our regular programming. 

Alright Trebek, let’s go with “Where I Can Spend My Money” for 100. 

“This place of business sells house plants near me like monstera, snake plants, spider plants, christmas cactus, ZZ plants, assorted cacti, succulents, philodendron, and pothos in addition to affordable clay pottery”

What is A House of Pots?


Let’s stick with “Where I Can Spend My Money” for $200. 

“When you want pottery near me and you’re in the greater Denver area, just this one pottery shop has the pots near me that you need from $10 to $90.”

What is A House of Pots?

You’re on a roll. 

Let’s keep the good times rolling. “Where I Can Spend My Money”, but this time for $300.

“This pot shop has thousands of individual pots for under $20 and enough pottery jargon to make Turd Ferguson blush.”

What is A House of Pots?

That’s correct. Suck it Trebek. And suck on this pottery jargon:

Welcome back to “Celebrity Jeopardy”. Before we begin the Double Jeopardy round, I’d like to ask our contestants once again to please refrain from reading any of this section of the post at all. Now, let’s take a look at the final board. And the categories are: “Plants”; “Louisville”; “Estate Sales near Brighton”; and “How to Deal with Terracotta Price Hiking”. You know what Loveland? This plant shop with all the planters Commerce City, Erie, and Castle Rock could ever need is just going to move on to Final Jeopardy. And the category is ... you know what? I tell you what, just write a number. Any number of SEO-driven search terms remaining that I’m going to stuff in here, any number and you win. [ music starts ] We’ll accept any number, any number at all.. a one, or a two, or a three, or how about a four? It’s that simple, I know you can do this. [ music ends ] Let’s start with French Stewart, who’s grinning like an idiot. You look pretty sure of yourself. Think you’ve got the right answer? Threeve? A combination of three and five? [ Stewart nods ] Simply stunning. And you wagered ... [ shows his wager ] ...Texas with a dollar sign in front of it. I’m speechless. The answer was sixty threeve:

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Let’s just go to “Animal Sounds” for $600. “This is the sound a doggy makes.” 

[ Connery buzzes in ] 

Sean Connery: Moo. [ buzzer sounds ] 

Alex Trebek: No. 

Sean Connery: Well, that’s the sound your mother made last night! [ laughs ]

Alex Trebek: Okay, that’s not necessary. 

[ Reynolds buzzes in ] 

Burt Reynolds: Who is, ah, Scooby Doo? [ buzzer sounds ] 

Alex Trebek: No. 

Burt Reynolds: That was a funny dog, Scooby Doo. He drove around in a van and, ah,solved mysteries.

Alex Trebek: That is incorrect. 

Burt Reynolds: No, that’s correct. I remember he had a pal, Scrappy Doo. 

Alex Trebek: No. 

[ Stewart buzzes in ]

Alex Trebek: French Stewart, the sound a dog makes. 

French Stewart: Um ... [ breathes ] .. who is John Caffney and the Beaver Brown Band, thank you very much. I’ll take Animal Sounds for $800 please.[ buzzer sounds ] 

Alex Trebek: No! Good Lord! We would’ve accepted “bow-wow” or “ruff”! 

Sean Connery: Ah, ruff. Just the way your mother likes it, Trebek!

*** Take a moment to realize that it’d be rough to get great deals on pottery in Colorado without a service like A House of Pots. Then come give said house all the monies. What is A House of Pots? ***

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