Ceramo Pottery Company - Wholesale Flower Pots since 1945
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Specialty

Planters

In order to present a fully fleshed out  pottery department, every garden center needs to carry a wide array of specialty flower pots, vases, and planters.

 

Examples might include such popular flower pot styles such as orchid pots, African violet pots, bonsai pots, vases, and cover pots (also known as cache pot).

 

Ceramo carries planters in all of these categories, some in terra cotta, and many in bright glazes and powder coats.

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Specialty Planters:

 

  • Azalea Pots: Azalea pots are designed to accommodate horizontally spreading root growth, and are wider and shallower than standard pots.
  • African Violet Pots: Also known as "self-watering planters". African violet pots feature a porous interior pots which rests inside of a watertight exterior planter. The exterior planter is filled with water, which then gradually seeps through the wall of the interior pot, keeping the soil consistently moist.
  • Bonsai Pots: Bonsai  pots must be constructed of high-fired ceramic, and will typically feature a wide footprint and a low profile. Ceramo carries a wide range of Bonsai pot shapes in multiple sizes.
  • Cachepot (Cover Pots): A cachepot (from the French word, cacher, meaning "hiding a pot") is a decorative container for a plant and a grower pot. The decorative focus contrasts from the grower pot itself, which usually raw clay or plastic. A cachepot has no hole at its base for discharging excess water, meaning that it functions as a more decorative version of a saucer.
  • Tall Orchid Pots: Tall orchid pots are intended for use with orchids that grow with a deep, narrow root structure - they typically do not have drainage holes, and can also be used as vases.
  • Slotted Orchid Pots: These orchid pots have decorative holes cut into the sides of the pots, which are intended to allow for air circulation around the roots of Phalaenopsis and other epiphyte orchids, which typically grow attached to tree branches above ground level.
  • Our specialty flower pots come from a wide selection of our manufacturing partners.

 

  • Most of our specialty planters are intended for indoor use, or for protected outdoor use in a porch or patio setting.
  • Many of our specialty pots come with matching saucers - most of these saucers are not permanently attached to the pots.
  • All specialty pots are packed with UPC stickers attached.

 

 

 

About Our

Specialty Planters:

 

In order to present a fully fleshed out  pottery department, every garden center needs to carry a wide array of specialty flower pots, vases, and planters.

 

Examples might include such popular flower pot styles such as orchid pots, African violet pots, bonsai pots, vases, and cover pots (also known as cache pot).

 

Ceramo carries planters in all of these categories, some in terra cotta, and many in bright glazes and powder coats.

 

  • Azalea Pots: Azalea pots are designed to accommodate horizontally spreading root growth, and are wider and shallower than standard pots.
  • African Violet Pots: Also known as "self-watering planters". African violet pots feature a porous interior pots which rests inside of a watertight exterior planter. The exterior planter is filled with water, which then gradually seeps through the wall of the interior pot, keeping the soil consistently moist.
  • Bonsai Pots: Bonsai  pots must be constructed of high-fired ceramic, and will typically feature a wide footprint and a low profile. Ceramo carries a wide range of Bonsai pot shapes in multiple sizes.
  • Cachepot (Cover Pots): A cachepot (from the French word, cacher, meaning "hiding a pot") is a decorative container for a plant and a grower pot. The decorative focus contrasts from the grower pot itself, which usually raw clay or plastic. A cachepot has no hole at its base for discharging excess water, meaning that it functions as a more decorative version of a saucer.
  • Tall Orchid Pots: Tall orchid pots are intended for use with orchids that grow with a deep, narrow root structure - they typically do not have drainage holes, and can also be used as vases.
  • Slotted Orchid Pots: These orchid pots have decorative holes cut into the sides of the pots, which are intended to allow for air circulation around the roots of Phalaenopsis and other epiphyte orchids, which typically grow attached to tree branches above ground level.
  • Our specialty flower pots come from a wide selection of our manufacturing partners.
  • Most of our specialty planters are intended for indoor use, or for protected outdoor use in a porch or patio setting.
  • Many of our specialty pots come with matching saucers - most of these saucers are not permanently attached to the pots.
  • All specialty pots are packed with UPC stickers attached.