Garden Terracotta

How to Use Your Garden Pots

Our Garden Pots are designed to be great outdoor pots. They are often thicker-walled and larger than our indoor range. We fire (the process of hardening clay) to the perfect temperature ensuring they can withstand a cold night. The un-glazed surface is porous, letting water evaporate. The ample drainage holes allow these pots to take buckets of rain and still leave you with healthy, happy plants.

Use these clay pots for a wide variety of plants. Here are some ideas from our garden:

Herbs: All kinds, planted in all sizes of pots, can serve as edible decoration all year long.
Bulbs: Daffodils, tulips and crocus will emerge victorious in the spring, adding welcome color after the dark months.
Food!: Tomatoes thrive in big terracotta pots. Also try beans, lettuce and cucumbers.
Cactus: Ours summer in the backyard and then return to the safety of the house once the temp. begins to drop.
Festive Plants:  We love to go crazy with those strange inedible kale's and mums of all colors.
When Winter rolls around plant cyclamen and pansies in pots, and perhaps even a miniature fir tree.

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