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WANTED: Square One-Gallon plastic pots and flats

Posted by greenelephant Woodinville WA (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 5, 09 at 15:41

I am always looking for square one-gallon plastic pots. Also looking for the flats to hold them. I like the square flats (about 16x16) that hold 9 one-gallon squares the best. But the others work fine too.

If you have any little 3-4" diameter ceramic pots, I'm looking to plant up some hens and chicks to give away as gifts. Any design is fine. Just something to hold one rosette of hens & chicks.

I have loads and loads to dig and divide for the Green Elephant. I'll post the list when I've taken stock a bit. It's been a banner year in the garden.

Jim


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RE: WANTED: Square One-Gallon plastic pots and flats

Hi Jim,
I have plenty of flats, both the square and the rectangle ones. I'll bring 20 each kind when I come to the Green Elephant.
See you,
Tita


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RE: WANTED: Square One-Gallon plastic pots and flats

Thanks very much Tito. If I could choose, I'd rather have the square ones. See you on the 7th.

Jim


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RE: WANTED: Square One-Gallon plastic pots and flats

Hi Jim,
I have some round 1 Gallon pots if you want them?
Vinita


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RE: WANTED: Square One-Gallon plastic pots and flats

Yes please.


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