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  • White Garden

    Made with fine craftsmanship typical of Italian production, these new sleek White Washed terracotta planters are taking the industry by storm. Be sure to consider our white garden terracotta pots when interested in any of our terracotta pottery. If you are interested in learning more about our selection of white terracotta pots, contact our team here at Planter Resource today!

    There is a high probability that you have seen a piece of terracotta pottery before. Overall, terracotta is a very popular form of pottery; it is naturally brownish-red material that is clay based. However, white garden terracotta is a beautiful, light beige material that is clay-based as well. It is particularly great for both outdoor and indoor plants, meaning that you can put your piece of terracotta pottery anywhere. From basic white garden terracotta pots to unique ones, we have got the perfect white terracotta pot for your plants. 

    Types Of White Terracotta Pottery 

    To decide the best option for your plant, take a look at your surroundings. Question what will look best for the plant and how the plant and its roots will spread. From there, you can decide what to choose. Consider our multitude of white garden terracotta options and find what’s best for you and your plant. If you need assistance in this process, feel free to reach out to our team of terracotta experts. We can help navigate this process in order to find the perfect piece of terracotta pottery for you.

    We have standard pots, in case you’re searching for a standard one. In any case, we have additionally got one-of-a-kind white terracotta pots. One of the most unique types of terracotta pottery that we have is the White Garden Standard Pot. This pot is an incredible choice if your plant needs more space to spread its foundations. Not only is it efficient in being a comfortable place for your plant to grow, but it also looks beautiful no matter where you put it.

    On the off chance that your plant needs extra space to spread out its roots, you may think about a White Garden Conic Pot. These are longer than the Standard Pot, so there is more space for the plant to develop out. We additionally sell White Garden Cylinder planters, which are another exceptional and extraordinary choice for your plants. These pots not just enable more space for your plants to spread out, however these pots enable you to plant more. With a standard pot, you ordinarily can fit just one plant inside. Be that as it may, with a cylinder planter, you have more opportunity to include extra plants.

    No matter what type of terracotta pottery you need, we can help find it for you!

    Why Choose White Garden Terracotta? 

    There are a number of different benefits to choosing this type of pottery for your indoor or outdoor plants. White Garden Terracotta have a natural porous nature, which overall allows air flow through the pots and water to move throughout the walls. The walls of the pots draw the water out of the soil to help the soil dry quicker. This helps in preventing any type of soil disease or root rot, which contributes to a long-term savings on not needing to replace your pottery frequently. 

    White Garden Terracotta can also be used for any design you may wish to achieve for both indoor plants and outdoor container gardening. Overall, terracotta is especially great for specific types of plants, such as Cacti, Succulents, and other plants that prefer drier soil. Terracotta and White Garden Terracotta pots are great for colder climates, such as New York City. They’re also inexpensive, compared to other types of pottery that may break or spoil too easily. They make a beautiful patina that just gets better with age.

    Our white garden terracotta pots are made utilizing chosen, top notch natural materials. All clay stoneware materials are acquired from natural earth. At that point, our pots are molded into tasteful and aesthetic shapes and frames. Lastly, left to dry under the sun and terminated thereafter, to acquire its quality. These delightful home accents are authentic components of beautiful designs, custom-made to make one of a kind, warm and enchanting retreats in your home.

    White Terracotta Pottery in New York City

    Our white terracotta pots are designed to match any home decor and are specially crafted through handmade methods. They are artistic home furnishings that make a bold statement in the decoration of any living space, with all the benefits of being timeless, exclusive, elegant and unique works of art. Our pots also inspire decorating ideas to create certain unique and comfortable spaces at home. Currently, our main types of white garden terracotta pots are the following: 

    • White Garden Conic Pot
    • White Garden Cylinder
    • White Garden Standard Pot

    At Planter Resource, we specialize in finding the perfect planter for you or your business’s needs. Browse through our selection of white terracotta pots and designs and find the perfect planter for you.

    Look no further than Planter Resource for the highest quality white terracotta pottery in the city! We are located in the iconic NYC Flower Market on 150 West 28th Street. If you want to learn more about our selection of white terracotta pottery, visit us today or call us at 212-206-7687 to talk with one of our pottery experts. We look forward to answering any question you may have regarding our white terracotta planter and pottery selection.

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  • Moka Garden

    Continuing the trend for terracotta pots, this Moka colored variety will thrive in any setting. Here at Planter Resource, we offer three types of Moka Garden Pots that will look great in any home or business:

    -Conic
    -Cylinder
    -Scratch Bowl

    We can help you find the best Moka Garden Pot for you and your clients’ needs! Call us at 212-206-7687 to talk to one of our planting experts today.

    Sizes Available

    Here at Planter Resource, we are proud to offer our selection of Moka Garden Pots. However, one size certainly does not fit all. Each type of Moka Garden Pots comes in a variety sizes due to the differences between the shapes of the pottery. We offer Moka Garden Cylinders in 8” or 10” pots, while we also offer Moka Scratch Bowls in 10” or 14”. However, we also offer our Moka Garden Conic pots in a variety of sizes, from 6” to 24”. If you are looking for a specific size, feel free to get in touch!

    Moka Garden Pottery In NYC

    The classic look of Moka terracotta is what so many other materials try to recreate. Moka terracotta is made of baked clay. The porous nature of this Earth-based medium allows air and water to pass through the pot’s walls; this promotes healthy plants by minimizing the chance of root rot and overwatering. That can also cause the soil to dry out quickly, though, which means adequate watering is key. Also, the pot can flake and crack if water remains in the clay during freezing weather. Moka terracotta baked at higher temperatures is the most durable because the clay becomes harder and less permeable..

    Our Moka terracotta planters here at Planter Resource not only look great, but they also provide their spaces with a number of different benefits. The following are the pros of Moka planters made from terracotta:

    -Terracotta’s porous nature allows for air and water to move through the walls, preventing soil disease and root rot.
    -Terracotta pots can be used for indoor plants and outdoor container gardening.
    -Terracotta containers are great for Cacti, Succulents, and other plants that prefer drier soil.
    -Terracotta is great for colder climates. The walls of the pots draw the water out of the soil to help the soil dry quicker.
    -They’re inexpensive!
    -They make a beautiful patina that just gets better with age.

    If you are looking for a terracotta planter that is both effective at their job and also beautiful in every environment, Moka Garden Planters are for you!

    What Is Terracotta?

    Terracotta actually means “baked earth” in Italian. This is a perfect name, as that’s basically what terracotta is. Terracotta pots frequently appear with a reddish-brown hue. That’s an end result of the extreme temperatures and the iron within clay reacting to the acute warmth. These reactions produce the signature shade of terracotta pots. However, you can also get terracotta in other colors, such as a light brown or a light beige. This is the color our Moka Garden Pots come in.

    Terracotta is one of the oldest varieties of pottery. Archaeologists have observed portions of terracotta which are thousands of years old. Ancient terracotta was baked by being left under the sun to harden, however as technology has improved, potters began using kilns to bake their terracotta pottery.

    The uncooked substances used to create terracotta pots are very abundant. It is clay blended with iron oxide and flux. There are many unique varieties of flux substances that may be used, providing different effects. The universal use of flux in terracotta pottery is to create a glass-like structure on the surface of the pottery.

    Are Terracotta Pots Similar To Ceramic Pots?

    Terracotta is ceramic, however, not all ceramics are terracotta. Ceramic refers to a hardened material that is formed from minerals and substances, which can be superheated to create a strong, hardened material. Terracotta pots use clay to form the ceramic, but there are numerous different varieties of ceramic, which includes porcelain, brick, stoneware, or even highly-superior substances for missiles and vehicle armor!

    Does It Matter Where I Purchase My Terracotta Pots?

    Yes! Though it seems to be an easy process: blend a little clay, form it, warm it up, terracotta pots can range in quality pretty significantly. In addition to this, to an untrained eye, it may be very difficult to visually decide the quality of one terracotta pot as opposed to another. All of those elements must be cautiously balanced and calculated to make certain the very best terracotta pottery is produced. It is vital that the clay has the proper iron content, that it is formed in a manner in order to accommodate the plant and withstand cracking, and it is critical that the clay is heated to the correct temperature. If it is baked incorrectly, the pot might be brittle and weak. An expert-made terracotta pot can last for generations if well cared for.

    Moka Garden Planters from Planter Resource

    Not only are we proud to be headquartered in the world-renowned New York Flower Market in New York City, but we are also proud of our extensive inventory. Our team of planter experts are here to provide all of our clients with the highest quality planters around. If you would like to take a look at our inventory, contact us today! You can come into our shop at the Flower Market or call ahead at 212-206-7687

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  • Basic Red Clay

    Red Clay Pottery in New York City

    Red Clay pottery has stood the test of time. These pots help to fulfill the needs of the plants with their simple and clean material. The nature of this material is porous, which is one of the reasons why farmers have been going back to it forever. Because of the porous nature of the red clay pots, air can pass through the pot’s walls.

    These types of pots generally require you to water your plants a bit more often but it makes the risk of overwatering your plants substantially less.

    We can help you find the best Red Clay Pots for you and your clients’ needs! Call us at 212-206-7687 to talk to one of our planting experts today.

    Advantages of Red Clay Pots

    Clay pots can provide an excellent and healthy environment for most types of plants. An advantage of clay pots is their thick walls. These walls retain heat longer than other types of materials. Additionally, its walls make it resistant to rapid changes in soil temperatures.

    One of the disadvantages of plastic pots is that they are lightweight, causing them to fall over when there is a strong gust of wind. The thick walls also give it more weight, they don’t blow over as easily as other types of pots. Clay pots are heavier than plastic pots but lighter than concrete pots. Weighing less is a big advantage for gardeners, this allows the pots to be transferred from one place to another without much hassle. Gardeners appreciate this when they have to shift pots.

    Red clay pots are made from soil, they have a red and brown color. The shade can differ based on the baking process and the soil color. This color fits in with all gardens and is attractive to many people. Additionally, you can customize your pot! The texture of red clay pots makes it easy to paint on or design it with colors. You can alter your pot to show off your creativity or to have it fit the aesthetic of your garden.

    Clay pots are good for the environment. They are created using natural resources. Even if they are cracked they can have a use in your garden, as it won’t contaminate the soil with anything harmful. Pots change as they grow older due to the absorption of water and minerals from the soil.

    Because of the production processes, red clay pots are generally inexpensive.

    What Types of Red Clay Pottery Do We Sell?

    We sell Azalea Pots. These types of pots are great for a wide variety of plants including flowers and, foliage, and more.

    We sell Orchid Pots. These types of pots are critical for any orchid grower. Good drainage and multiple holes are necessary. You don’t want the roots standing in water! Our orchid pots come in multiple sizes, from 5” to 8”.

    We also sell garden bowls. Garden bowls are easy to clean and maintain. Get the classic pottery style with modern durable materials. Our garden bowls are available in various sizes, from 10” to 40”.

    You can also browse or red clay glazed planters. When the glaze is applied to the outside, it helps it to become more resistant.

    We sell many different types of red clay pots, check them out today!

    Why Choose Planter Resource?

    Planter Resource, residing in Manhattan’s Flower Market, is meant for the individual. Anyone can get pottery, and anyone with a desire to have a green thumb should be able to create the garden they have always wanted. We are simply the suppliers of those desires, and we are more than happy to make those desires a reality.

    We offer a wide variety of pottery: fiberglass, terracotta, indoor, outdoor, and more. All of it is high end, and it looks incredible in any home or business. Are you planning an event such as a corporate party, a wedding, or just having a party? Need something to help decorate the evening? We do same day local delivery in New York City.

    Our dedicated team of pottery experts wants you to always have the option of incredible pottery, and Planter Resource is available to you. If you have any questions about how you can start using your green thumb, then go ahead and contact us.

    Contact Us

    Are you ready to start embracing pottery? Planter Resource wants to hear from you, and you can get ahold of us at 212-206-7687 or email us at info@planterresource.com. You can also use our online contact form. Want to just go ahead and start shopping now? Then browse right here online. We offer a large variety of options for you.

    It’s time to get in touch with your green thumb. Planter Resource is one of the largest suppliers of pottery and garden supplies on the east coast and is available to you right here in New York City. We can’t wait to see you.

    Check Out Pottery King

    Does all this sound great, but you need something in bulk? Want to get it straight from the warehouse? Then check out Pottery King. Based in New York, just like Planter Resource, this is where the real Landscapers and Designers shop for high-end pottery.

    If you are in need of pottery to stock your own inventory, design a space, or fill up a location like a hotel or a restaurant, then Pottery King is where you want to be. We are two sides of the same coin and offer the largest variety of pottery in the tri-state area. Check us out to learn more.

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  • Handmade Decorative Clay

    Timeless classics that never go out of style. Choose from one of our many shapes that have stood the test of time.

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  • Handmade Bourbon Clay

    This beautiful bourbon color adds an Old World look to any garden setting.

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If You’re Interested In Terracotta Pots, We’ve Got Plenty Of Options.

Terra cotta is a very popular form of pottery; it is a brownish-red material that is clay-based. It’s great for both outdoor and indoor plants. From basic terracotta pots to unique ones, we’ve got your plant needs covered. To decide the best option for your plant, take a look at the surroundings. Question what will look best for the plant and how the plant and its roots will spread. From there, you can decide what to choose. Consider our multitude of terracotta options and find what’s best for you and your plant.

 

Terracotta Pottery In NYC

The classic look of terra cotta is what so many other materials try to re-create. Terra cotta is made of baked clay. The porous nature of this Earth-based medium allows air and water to pass through the pot’s walls; this promotes healthy plants by minimizing the chance of root rot and overwatering. That can also cause the soil to dry out quickly, though, which means adequate watering is key. Also, the pot can flake and crack if water remains in the clay during freezing weather. Terra-cotta baked at higher temperatures is the most durable because the clay becomes harder and less permeable. For a high-quality pot that will last for years, look for an even, reddish-brown hue and thick walls.

The following are the pros of terra cotta planters:

  • Terracottas porous nature allows for air and water to move through the walls, preventing soil disease and root rot.
  • Terracotta pots can be used for indoor plants and outdoor container gardening.
  • Terracotta containers are great for Cacti, Succulents, and other plants that prefer a drier soil.
  • Terracotta is great for colder climates. The walls of the pots draw the water out of the soil to help the soil dry quicker.
  • They’re inexpensive!
  • They make a beautiful patina that just gets better with age.

Our Terracotta Planters

We’ve got standard pots if you’re looking for a standard one. However, we’ve also got unique terracotta pots such as the Garden Bowl. A bowl is a great option if your plant needs more room to spread its roots. If your plant wants additional room to spread out its roots, you may consider a Tall Pot. These are longer than the Standard Pot, so there is more room for the plant to grow out. We also sell Window Box planters, which are another unique and great option for your plants. These planters not only allow more room for your plants to spread out, but these planters allow you to plant more. With a standard pot, you typically can fit only one plant inside. But with a Window Box, you have more freedom to add in additional plants.

Along with our Terracotta Pottery, we have a few saucers available for sale. The ones we have are Rectangle, Clay, and Glazed. These don’t have room for plants to grow out, yet they are excellent for displaying plants. Like our potted plants, these saucers can be tailored to a variety of sizes.

What is Terracotta?

Terracotta actually means “baked earth” in Italian. This is a perfect name, as that’s basically what terracotta is. Terracotta pots frequently appear with a reddish-brown hue. That’s an end result of the extreme temperatures and the iron within clay reacting to the acute warmth. These reactions produce the signature shade of terracotta pots.

Terracotta is one of the oldest varieties of pottery. Archaeologists have observed portions of terracotta that are thousands of years old. Ancient terracotta was baked by being left under the sun to harden, however as technology has improved, potters began using kilns to bake their terracotta pottery.

The uncooked substances used to create terracotta pots are very abundant. It is clay blended with iron oxide and flux. There are many unique varieties of flux substances that may be used, providing different effects. The universal use of flux in terracotta pottery is to create a glass-like structure on the surface of the pottery.

The Advantages of Terracotta Pots

Terracotta pots are one of the most popular planting pots because it goes really well together with any plant types. In both outdoor and indoor environments, you can use these classic pots as plain position planters, but the fact is that their versatility goes far further than this. There are truly many ways for diverse items in which you can use terracotta clay pots. These are some key points about terracotta pots and their numerous use cases that you should remember.

One of the Most Versatile Planter Options

Knowing about the vast amount of positives the terracotta pots give is beneficial. These versatile pots are excellent for both indoor and outdoor applications and can be used for a wide range of plants. As planters for cacti, they are perfect as well. Terracotta pots are transparent, which causes both water and air to be able to flow easily across their walls.

Terracotta pots are valued for a reasonable cause, from fertilizing away seeds and seedlings to growing a selection of plants and cacti. Whenever you need a decent planter, they make an excellent pick.

DIY Terracotta Pots Ideas

When it comes to their use as planters, you know about the usefulness of terracotta pots, but you may be shocked at the other wonderful uses they can be used for. There are many opportunities to use terracotta pots when you have a crafty mind. You may use them as special candle holders, or make a project for DIY decoration, hand-painted clay pots, or mini garden! These are only a handful of distinctive ways to turn these pots.

Are These Terracotta Pots Similar To Ceramic Pots?

Terracotta is ceramic, however, not all ceramics are terracotta. Ceramic refers to a hardened material that is formed from minerals and substances, which can be superheated to create a strong, hardened material. Terracotta pots use clay to form the ceramic, but there are numerous different varieties of ceramic, which includes porcelain, brick, stoneware, or even highly-superior substances for missiles and vehicle armor!

Does It Matter Where I Purchase My Terracotta Pots?

Yes! Though it seems to be an easy process: blend a little clay, form it, warm it up, terracotta pots can range in quality pretty significantly. In addition to this, to an untrained eye, it may be very difficult to visually decide the quality of one terracotta pot as opposed to another. All of those elements must be cautiously balanced and calculated to make certain the very best terracotta pottery is produced. It is vital that the clay has the proper iron content, that it is formed in a manner in order to accommodate the plant and withstand cracking, and it is critical that the clay is heated to the correct temperature. If it is baked incorrectly, the pot might be brittle and weak. An expert-made terracotta pot can last for generations if well cared for.