Gray terracotta planter

Gray terracotta planter DEFAULT


Specifications: - Material: Clay - Clay Pot with gray paint - Quantity: 4 pcs clay pot with saucer - Size : 6 inch terra cotta pot with tray - There are drainage holes on the bottom. Notice: - Caution: * * * Plant Not included * * * - Note: It's a normal phenomenon that a little moisture permeates from inside and appear on the surface. ( It reflects the good permeability of this kind of pot )


  • 🌵Premium Quality 🌵 The gray clay pot made of top-quality clay and baked at 1796°F high temperature, each Terracotta Pots with gray paint features great durability. All packages have passed the 3-foot drop test to ensure the pots stay intact during delivery.
  • 🌵 Exquisite & Practicality 🌵 The white clay pots for plants, 6 inches in height, 6 inches in outer diameter, are designed for holding indoor or outdoor plant and succulent, cactus and herbs. There are 4 pcs pots in the package, plants and soil are not included.
  • 🌵Drainage Holes and Saucer 🌵Each terra cotta with grey paintcomes with a small drainage hole at the bottom, increasing drainage efficiency when watering, protecting the health of your plant. And the saucer can keep your indoor or outdoor clean.
  • 🌵Great Choice for Watering Enthusiast 🌵 Permeable of terracotta pot keep your plants breathable. If you like very much watering for plant, you don't worry about too much water.
  • 🌵Multi-usages 🌵 The terra cotta pots are perfect for middle & large plant, ornament for room or balcony, patio and garden decoration, crafts creation and more. Suitable for indoor or outdoor usage.

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Not every garden requires antiquities to make it shine. For lovers of contemporary design we have an array of offerings in planters that make them perfect vessels for plants and flower without all the embellishment. Case in point is the Harvest Large Dark Gray Planter with its clean lines and clever indented dentil pattern on the implied base. It’s made of composite so it’s easier to move around that terracotta planters. We went the extra mile style-wise with this design, as we rolled the lip of the planter inward to pare down the shape. We also offer the dark gray Harvest in small and medium sizes, and a lighter gray in all three sizes is available. Each of these reflects the ethos that Phillips Collection personifies: modern organic.

SKUPH100219MaterialResin compositeSize13x13x10"H / (15x15x12"H packed)Weight6 Lbs / (8 Lbs packed)

Dust with a soft damp cloth or soap and water. Do not use cleaning materials with strong chemicals.

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Terracotta vs. Ceramic Pots: Which is Better for Your Houseplants?

Terracotta and ceramic are two of the most common planter materials around. While they have a lot in common, they do have specific differences that make certain plants better suited to one or the other. Let’s take a look at the features, benefits, and drawbacks of both of these popular pots, along with some gorgeous houseplants that work well in each.



Team Terracotta

Terracotta is easily the most recognizable material in the world of plant pots. You’ve probably seen hundreds of these rust-colored clay pots over the years. However, despite how common they are, terracotta pots aren’t necessarily the ideal living situation for all plants. The reasons someone might not choose a terracotta planter are the same reasons someone else might need one; they’re made from a porous material, which means they let more moisture and more air pass through, and they come with at least one big drainage hole in the bottom.Plants who are on “team terracotta” are those that rely on these features to control moisture in the soil. Most houseplants are better off too dry than too wet, and these pots are made to prevent roots for sitting in standing water. For plants that come from arid climates, excellent drainage is non-negotiable.Here are a few members of “team terracotta”:

All of these plants prefer periods of dryness before their next drink of water. This mimics the natural rhythm of rain and sunshine they’d find in their native environments.



Ceramic Fanatics

At a glance, you may think a ceramic pot is simply a terracotta pot with a good paint job. However, ceramic pots are typically glazed with a coat of lacquer that prevents the soil from drying out at the same speed as it would in an unglazed clay or terracotta planter. Some ceramic pots are sold without any drainage holes at all, which means the roots will sit in very wet conditions. If you choose to use these pots, you’ll be best off choosing a plant that can handle sitting in stagnant water—and your options will be limited. If you take care not to overwater and monitor the soil diligently, it’s certainly possible to keep houseplants in these environments. Still, you’ll save yourself a lot of trouble by opting for a pot with drainage holes. Even with drainage holes, the glazes on ceramics will still cause these pots to retain more moisture than unpainted terracotta. The best houseplants for ceramic pots are ones that prefer evenly moist soil—generally, ones that have adapted from damper environments in nature. A couple of “ceramic fanatics” include:

Of course, one huge advantage ceramics have over terracotta is their appearance. Compared to all the beautiful colors, patterns, and styles you can find in ceramic, terracotta can seem a little dull in comparison. If you want to plant a “team terracotta” plant in a ceramic pot without drainage holes, a few easy modifications will make a big difference. Just add a layer of coarse gravel, pebbles, or river rocks to the bottom of the ceramic pot cover and “nest” your houseplant’s nursery container inside. This will allow water to drain from the container and away from the plant’s roots.



Choosing a Pot

So, you’ve found the perfect houseplant at one of our plant nurseries in Chicagoland. Before you bring it home, your plant needs its own little home to live in as well! As you browse through our selection of pots, give the plant’s tag a read and get to know a little bit about its preferred environment. If it’s a desert plant or a plant that likes to dry out between waterings, it might be on “team terracotta”. If it’s a plant that came from a damp, boggy, or humid environment that likes damp soil, you might have a “ceramic fanatic” on your hands.If you’re having trouble finding the perfect pot for your plant (or the perfect plant for your pot!), you can always ask someone on our team for help. We’re happy to help you put together a winning combination!

Platt Hill Nursery is Chicago’s premier garden center and nursery.

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Our large terracotta pots from Impruneta are frost resistant to -22°F

The world’s finest terracotta pots come from Impruneta, a small village nestled in the Tuscan hills a few kilometers from Florence, Italy. Blessed with clay that is naturally rich in iron, copper, calcium, and aluminum, the town has been well known for its exceptional quality terracotta and craftsmanship for centuries. Hard gray earth is mined from the surrounding hills, ground to a powder, and mixed with water to make this coarse bodied clay. It develops its renown pale, terracotta color after the firing process and is able to withstand extreme temperatures. Our Impruneta terracotta pots from are backed by a manufacturer’s lifetime guarantee against frost. Terracotta planters from Impruneta are frost resistant to -22°F. This, along with the hand of a skilled artisan, makes the Impruneta collection the absolute best available. Impruneta pots, planters, urns, and olive jars will last a lifetime when properly cared for.


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