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Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

Posted by pennylayne111 TX (My Page) on
Sun, May 19, 13 at 11:18

Hi! My husband & I relocated to Southlake (a suburb of Dallas) and I'm looking for a great place to buy large ceramic pots for both indoor & outdoor use. The local Home Depot doesn't have much of a selection, and there are a few nurseries in town that charge an arm & a leg!

When we lived in Phoenix, there were many places that imported from Mexico and Asia and had great prices. Does anyone know of something like this in/around the Dallas area?

Thanks!


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RE: Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

I googled Garden Ridge Pottery in Dallas and it seems there are several. The two near San Antonio have beautiful imported pots. They sometimes have good sales too. Last August I bought a bunch of ceramic pots for 75% off.

Here is a link that might be useful: Garden Ridge Pottery in Dallas ...


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RE: Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

I bought all my large ceramic pots last spring. They are beautiful, but too heavy to move in and out of the garage, so this year I bought those light pots.. The colors are nothing like the ceramic pots, but they are a lot lighter to move around. I will list 20 ceramic pots on craigslist for a very reasonable price, if anyone in San Antonio is interested. The colors are just beautiful. Barbra


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RE: Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

pennylayne, you can also check Ross stores. Sometimes they have large pots for low prices. When they do, they're generally up front but when quantities get low, they move them to the back. At least that's how it is at my store.


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RE: Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

There is a place at the Dallas Farmers' Market that sells pottery too. I can picture it but I can't think of the name of it. In case you needed an excuse to visit the farmers market! But Garden Ridge has a huge selection at reasonable prices.


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I got my pots at Lowes, I just happened to be there when they marked them down 75%. I have 4 beige, and lime green, 2 brown, turquoise, and silver streaked, 6 dark blue. I wish I could have gotten all the same color. I put one color in each flower bed and it was really pretty. I also was lucky enough to get the light weight ones there at the end of the season, when they marked them down 75%. You just have to be there when they do it. I take a pot to the cashier, and have her check the price, a lot of the time, they are marked down, in the system, but they have not put a sign out yet. You just have to do it in the fall, just before Thanksgiving, they need to make room for Christmas trees. If you are looking now, I would go to Ross Dress for Less as mentioned before. lBarbra


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RE: Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

I found beautiful large pots at Home Goods and also, T. J. Maxx

taterbug


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RE: Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

Barbra I sent you an email about the pots.


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RE: Good source for LARGE ceramic pots near Dallas?

"Jackson's" is one of my favorite nursery and garden centers in dallas area, and has the best selection of pots, altho not cheap. they are out back, and they have huge ceramics. and beautiful. this is on Inwood near Love Field in Dallas. Google them for the exact address as they are a bit hidden. on the east side of the airport.


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