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Ceramic Flower Pots

Most ceramic flower pots are glazed. There is a vast variety to choose from to suit your fancy. From the tiny bonsai pots to the giant garden urns, they come in a beautiful array of teals, rich blues, blood reds or even plain brown. Ceramic flower pots are particularly suited to formal gardens and gardens with an Asian theme. The large dragon pots of Asia which contain glorious lotus plants are just an example of how pots can be used to create drama and effect.

As with all large flower pots, when they are filled with soil, they can be hard to move so plan ahead where you want the ceramic flower pot to sit before you put the plant in and fill with potting mix. It is a good idea to put these flower pots on pot movers so that future movement would be more convenient eg when you want to move them out of the harsh sun into a more protected area when on holidays.

You can get a large variety of ceramic flower pots at your local nursery but if you are trying to find good quality bonsai pots then they are harder to come by. I recommend the range from BonsaiBoy.

Looking for something radically different?  Check out these ceramic lookalike moonstone flower pots which are actually crafted from hardwearing metal! Available from Yardiac - click here to see the full range.

Ceramic Flower Pots from SimplyPlanters

Ceramic Flower Pots
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