Post by aidenhallstrom on Dec 22, 2019 9:53:57 GMT -5
I have a couple of plants that will soon need 8" pots. I've had great luck finding smaller pots on Amazon, but the selection for larger ceramic pots seems to be lacking. I'm specifically looking for ceramic and more modern in style.
Where does everyone like to buy their planters? Any good online shops you can recommend, especially for larger planters?
Post by SpringRain on Dec 22, 2019 11:44:43 GMT -5
aidenhallstrom , I haven't bought any in quite a few years. Stocked up several years ago, and still have those. I used to find better buys in the garden center of a local chain supermarket than anywhere else since the main chain gardening store closed.
What I'm thinking about now are some of the much larger centerpiece planters that are 3 - 4' + high, and those I would buy locally as the shipping cost would be astronomical.
One of my favorite dreaming catalogues is Gardener's Supply Co., but to me, they're on the high side of pricing.
Post by desertwoman on Dec 22, 2019 12:27:53 GMT -5
We are fortunate to have several shops (Jackalope being the largest) in town that carry a huge selection of ceramic pots so I never have to think of mail ordering. Our Home Depot even has a decent selection. You might find something you like at your local or online Home Depot aidenhallstrom ,
I ordered a flatbed nursery cart a couple of years ago from hayneedle.com. I was pleased with their customer service and the ordering experience I had. (they do have ceramic pots)
PS could you add your general location/growing zone to your profile in the Signature line? It can be really helpful when answering future questions.
Northern New Mexico Zone 6b (formerly Zone 5) Posting since 2005
Post by Latitude33 on Dec 23, 2019 15:23:24 GMT -5
Used to be a place in Rosarito Mexico I bought terra cotta and glazed ceramic planters from. A little too dicey these days. There is a manufacturer/wholesaler about thirty minutes away with a good selection. These days I am looking to re-purpose items into planters.