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10 Easy Pieces: Terracotta Pots and Planters

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10 Easy Pieces: Terracotta Pots and Planters

March 3, 2020

Terracotta garden pots and planters are always a good idea for indoor and outdoor gardening (just be sure to bring them indoors in the winter, unless they’re marked “frost-proof”). Here are 1o of our favorites in various sizes and shades:

A six-sided Terracotta Herb Pot handmade in France by Poterie Redan is € from Manufactum. Nestle seven together to create a honeycomb-like cluster.
Above: A six-sided Terracotta Herb Pot handmade in France by Poterie Redan is €16 from Manufactum. Nestle seven together to create a honeycomb-like cluster.
Hand-crafted in Italy, the Bergs Palace Pot and Saucer is inspired by a similar design at Denmark&#8
Above: Hand-crafted in Italy, the Bergs Palace Pot and Saucer is inspired by a similar design at Denmark’s Fredensborg Palace around 1860; $18 to $128 at Terrain.
Connecticut potter Guy Wolff designed the Hartford Pot for terracotta importer Seibert & Rice. Made by hand in Impruneta, Italy, the pot is  inches tall, frost-proof, and $500 at Seibert & Rice.
Above: Connecticut potter Guy Wolff designed the Hartford Pot for terracotta importer Seibert & Rice. Made by hand in Impruneta, Italy, the pot is 16 inches tall, frost-proof, and $500 at Seibert & Rice.
Designed by Bloomist and made from local terra-cotta clay by artisans at the Atuto Group in Honduras, the Studio Planter comes in a greenwash (pictured) and a whitewash; $ to $3
Above: Designed by Bloomist and made from local terra-cotta clay by artisans at the Atuto Group in Honduras, the Studio Planter comes in a greenwash (pictured) and a whitewash; $20 to $32 at Bloomist. (Metal stands sold separately.)
Handmade by Goicoechea Poterie in France using Basque clay from Navarre, a Cuvier Contemporain planter is available in six sizes at prices ranging from €4data-src=
Above: Handmade by Goicoechea Poterie in France using Basque clay from Navarre, a Cuvier Contemporain planter is available in six sizes at prices ranging from €41 to €335 depending on size.
The Lali Mini Terracotta Pots are perfect for small succulents and other tiny plants; $£7 at Rowen & Wren.
Above: The Lali Mini Terracotta Pots are perfect for small succulents and other tiny plants; $£7 at Rowen & Wren.

We like the traditional shape of the Lemon Pot from Whichford Pottery in Warwickshire, England. The family business produces the pot in six sizes, ranging in price from £.50 to £560.
Above: We like the traditional shape of the Lemon Pot from Whichford Pottery in Warwickshire, England. The family business produces the pot in six sizes, ranging in price from £26.50 to £560.

Above: The tall Vaso Alto Liscio, by Benocci Maurizio, comes in two sizes (60 cm and 70 cm) and two colors; $325 and $475 at the Terrace Gardener.
Connecticut-based Frances Palmer is one of our favorite ceramists; her No. Two Tom Pots are 6 inches wide and 7 inches tall and available for $0 each from Frances Palmer Pottery.
Above: Connecticut-based Frances Palmer is one of our favorite ceramists; her No. Two Tom Pots are 6 inches wide and 7 inches tall and available for $150 each from Frances Palmer Pottery.
The #6 Cotswold Pot features crimped pastry roping inspired by English flowerpots from the Cotswold region; $44.80 at Wakefield Handmade.
Above: The #6 Cotswold Pot features crimped pastry roping inspired by English flowerpots from the Cotswold region; $44.80 at Wakefield Handmade.

For more terracotta, visit Design Sleuth: Terracotta Window Boxes. Or continue browsing Gardenista’s 10 Easy Pieces: see our favorite Hanging Votive LanternsOutdoor Folding Chairs, and Wooden Elevated Planters.

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Pots & Planters

Lemon Pot

£26.50 GBP from Whichford Pottery

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