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Looking for Tall Square Cobalt Blue Pots

Posted by hoosierquilt z10a/23 Vista Calif (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 10, 11 at 21:12

I'm on a bit of a mission. I'm trying to find 2 tallish (24" to 36") tall, square, narrow cobalt blue glazed pots for some succulents. I have check Green Thumb in San Marcos, Carillo Pottery in Carlsbad and Vima Imports in Vista. Does anyone have a good suggestion as to where I might be able to find this type of glazed pot?? I'm willing to drive just about anywhere in SD county! Or, even order online, if possible.

Patty S.


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RE: Looking for Tall Square Cobalt Blue Pots

When I was at Buena Creek a few years ago we stumbled onto 2 nurserys right across from each other on the 15 and were NE of Buena Creek but S of Las Palitas. I remember see lots of pottery at them.


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RE: Looking for Tall Square Cobalt Blue Pots

  • Posted by jenn SoCal 9/19 (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 10, 11 at 22:18

Patty, we looked at some that fit that description at Thompson Building Materials in Fontana. Their website lists several locations including one in SD.


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RE: Looking for Tall Square Cobalt Blue Pots

Thanks, gobluejm, that's Plant World and Tropic World, I completely forgot about those two garden centers, they're very close to me. And Jenn, thanks! I'll check out Thompson Building Materials right away. Really appreciate both suggestions!

Patty S.


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RE: Looking for Tall Square Cobalt Blue Pots

How about Canyon Pottery on Aero Drive in San Diego?


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RE: Looking for Tall Square Cobalt Blue Pots

Thanks, tressa, I've not heard about them. I'll give them a call!

Patty S.


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