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HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

Posted by fsadallas 7b/8a TX (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 1, 08 at 23:27

Way too many. I don't like to throw them away, preferring to recycle. 40+ of the gallon size, have more 4" inch than in the picture and plenty of multiple other sizes.




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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

You can put them out with your recycling bin on trash day. They are recyclables if there are no takers. Please don't trash them with your regular trash.


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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

I guess I should have worded that differently and used reuse instead of recycle. The cracked pots did go into the recycle bin though. Plastic to the recycler is not a 100% reuse thing, which would be preferable. Additional "clean" chemicals are needed and energy is needed to process, etc etc. If no one can pick them up, I'll eventually drive them out to a wholesale nursery.

Thanks!


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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

I am interested in your larger pots & the plant baskets.
Where are you located?
Thanks,
Debbie


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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

Oops, I am sorry I forgot that my City was not up there with my user name on this website. I am in McKinney.


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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

I am interested in the larger pots as well. 1 gallons and the 4 inch ones I could use as well. I am in the Garland area I can meet up anytime after 5PM. Email Me please

-Thanks, Element


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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

I live in Greenville and will take all remaining pots you have left. Please let me know.

Thanks,
Ann


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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

I'm in Grand Prairie so I'm sure that some are closer to you. I'll bow back & let them claim them.

Debbie


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RE: HAVE: Loads of Nursery pots

Still plenty left free for takers. All of the gallon size, some of the 4" and all of the 2 gallon size.


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