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Source for high quality pots - cacti?

Posted by cactus_cowboy z4 WY (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 18, 14 at 15:07

Greetings,

It's been nearly ten years since I posted here. Good to see the forum still alive and kicking. :)

I'm in need of 5" and 6" pots for repotting cacti and succulents. I purchased large quantities of smaller KORD pots over fifteen years ago and they've held up very well. I've also had bad experience with other brands, the plastic turning brittle and falling apart in a matter of a few years.

Any recommendations for manufacturers of high quality durable pots and horticultural suppliers that will retail & ship case quantities of pots? I'm not interested in terra cotta, prefer plastic. There are no sources whatsoever here in NW Wyoming.


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RE: Source for high quality pots - cacti?

Hi Dave,

Good to see you here, back after too long of an absence!

My first thought is McConkey, but I don't know if they will do non-wholesale orders, but I think they will.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pots


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RE: Source for high quality pots - cacti?

Hi Jeff,

Thanks for the link!


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RE: Source for high quality pots - cacti?

Cactus_
I was going to suggust EBay under Flower Pots but Jeff gave you a better link. Those prices look reasonable.
Thanks also Jeff.
Stush


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RE: Source for high quality pots - cacti?

  • Posted by avil 5b (My Page) on
    Wed, Mar 19, 14 at 18:10

This is a good place. Many sizes and lots as low as 10.

http://plasticflowerpots.net/


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