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HAVE: Glazed Ceramic & Clay Pots (various sizes)

Posted by lizfm AZ (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 20, 07 at 13:00

I bought a bunch of glazed ceramic and clay pots and then my HOA said I can't have plants in the "common areas" (grrrr). So now I have to clear space on my patio & balcony!

Bunch of different sizes small (about 6" tall) to medium to larger (holds 2-3 gal potting soil maybe?). I don't know how to give 'official' pot sizes, sorry.

I'd like to trade for some smaller plants that would do well on my north facing, always in the shade but faces the pool area patio and balcony. Especially herbs.

Unglazed red clay pots free to good home ;o)

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RE: HAVE: Glazed Ceramic & Clay Pots (various sizes)

Sorry! I forgot to say I'm in Tempe not far west of ASU.

RE: HAVE: Glazed Ceramic & Clay Pots (various sizes)

i dont have herbs, have some begonias, coleuses,epis,hoyas,jews, all these will do good in the shade in in sierra vista, my daughter, lives in mesa shell be coming for x mas, it would be great if u could come over and take whatever u want..norma

RE: HAVE: Glazed Ceramic & Clay Pots (various sizes)

I'll have to see what our schedule looks like and get back in touch. That would be great.

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