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HAVE: Lots of Pots--4 1/2' with trays

Posted by jane_artist 6/7 Maryland (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 22, 08 at 9:21

I have hundreds (maybe thousands) of square 4 1/2" white pots with trays that hold 15 pots each. Just take, I don't need to trade. Must be able to pick up at my house in Laurel, MD. I have a neighbor who does yard care and landscaping and he gives me all his empty pots for me to use or pass on so they don't end up in the landfill.


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RE: HAVE: Lots of Pots--4 1/2' with trays

Would love to have a bunch of these.
Please call me so that I can arrange a pick-up.
Mary
301 423 5982
mgsterrett@
verizon.net


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RE: HAVE: Lots of Pots--4 1/2' with trays

Sorry! They are all gone!


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RE: HAVE: Lots of Pots--4 1/2' with trays

If your neighbor has anymore of those 4 1/2 inch pots and trays, I would be willing to take them off his or your hands. I live in Silver Spring area..close to Rt. 198


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RE: HAVE: Lots of Pots--4 1/2' with trays

Does your neighbor have any more trays? I really need trays! Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: Lots of Pots--4 1/2' with trays

Sorry! and especially to pippi21, I did not see any email telling me you had posted.

Laurel now includes pots and tray in its recycling program, so my neighbor just recycles them, I think. I don't have any that I don't need--in fact mine are beginning to degrade and break.

sorry.


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RE: HAVE: Lots of Pots--4 1/2' with trays

That's okay, I started buying foil baking pans at Costco and they're about the size of those black trays, those 11" by 22" ones. And much cheaper than buying plant specific trays! It may not look as nice but it does the trick.


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