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  • White Garden

    Made with fine craftsmanship typical of Italian production, these new sleek White Washed terracotta planters are taking the industry by storm. Choose from a wide range to enhance your container gardening needs.

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  • Moka Garden

    Continuing the trend for terracotta pots, this Moka colored variety will thrive in any setting.

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  • Basic Red Clay

    A simple and clean material, one which respects the needs of plants. Because of the porous nature of clay, this has been the grower’s choice since the beginning of time.

    Basic Red Clay

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  • Handmade Decorative Clay

    Timeless classics that never go out of style. Choose from one of our many shapes that have stood the test of time.

    Growing A Plant In Handmade Decorative Clay Pots

    Handmade decorative clay pots are a common favorite and with good reason. In addition to being attractive and affordable, clay pots are ideally suited for a plant’s physiological needs.


    Plant roots require oxygen to function in the soil. Too much water damages the root system and the overall health of the plant. In the “California Master Gardener Handbook,” author Dennis R. Pittenger states that unglazed clay pots “absorb and remove moisture through their shells,” providing a natural buffer against overwatering and allowing air to penetrate the soil and aerate the roots. For plants requiring wetter conditions, adjust the permeability of the handmade decorative clay pot by pre-treating the interior with a breathable latex sealant or by adding a non-porous liner to the pot.


    Container gardening needs emulation of the natural growth atmosphere of the plant, including the temperature of the soil. As a thick, porous material, clay naturally slows down the heat transfer between the soil and the outer environment, avoiding sudden temperature extremes. Handmade clay pots retain the energy of the sun and are also able to dissipate heat by water vapor, allowing you more opportunities to change your plant’s climate.


    Clay pots are usually inexpensive enough to fit any project. Big, ornate, or personalized planters can be pricey, but unglazed terracotta pots are typically comparable to plastic pots of the same size. Part of the beauty of clay pots is their tendency to beautify as they age and absorb mineral salts from the soil. Reused clay pots are perfect for the budget-minded, and they have a delightfully rustic feel that can not be duplicated with synthetic materials.

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  • Handmade Bourbon Clay

    This beautiful bourbon color adds an Old World look to any garden setting.

    Handmade Bourbon Clay

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If you’re interested in terracotta pottery, we’ve got plenty of options.Terracotta is a very popular form of pottery; it is a brownish-red material that is clay based. It’s great for both outdoor and indoor plants. From basic terracotta pots to unique ones, we’ve got your plant needs covered. To decide the best option for your plant, take a look at the surroundings. Question what will look best for the plant and how the plant and its roots will spread. From there, you can decide what to choose. Consider our multitude of terracotta options and find what’s best for you and your plant.

We’ve got standard pots, if you’re looking for a standard one. However, we’ve also got unique terracotta pots such as the Garden Bowl. The bowl is a great option if your plant needs more room to spread its roots. If your plant wants additional room to spread out its roots, you may consider a Tall Pot. These are longer than the Standard Pot, so there is more room for the plant to grow out. We also sell Window Box planters, which are another unique and great option for your plants. These planters not only allow more room for your plants to spread out, but these planters allow you to plant more. With a standard pot, you typically can fit only one plant inside. But with a Window Box, you have more freedom to add in additional plants.

Along with our Terracotta Pottery, we have a few saucers available for sale. The ones we have are Rectangle, Clay, and Glazed. These don’t have room for plants to grow out, yet they are excellent for displaying plants. Like our potted plants, these saucers can be tailored to a variety of sizes.