Terracotta Down Under Pot

Item Number: TDUP

Don't forget to order a Pamela Crawford Basic Basket Planter for your Column Kit!

Hummingbird Feeder Stand/Small Down Under Pot Stand

Item Number: DUPSS

Large Down Under Pot Stand

Item Number: DUPSL
As their name suggests, these most unusual terracotta pots were designed and invented in Australia. Down Under Pots are now made in Thailand under license. Down Under Pots are all handmade, so there are frequent variations. Exact dimension and colors can change according to firing temperatures in the kilns.

Small pot is 7 3/4" high x 6" diameter

Medium pot is 9 1/2" high x 7 1/2" diameter

Large pot is 11 3/4" high x 9 1/2" diameter


The Down Under Pots are NOT frostproof and should be protected against freezing during the winter.


Foliage plants look stunning year round in kitchens, by windows - even in a bathroom. And there's a rainbow of colors to suit any decor.



Planting Suggestions

Annuals: Annuals tend to grow faster, try: Lobelias, Begonias, Dianthus, Impatiens, Coleus

Perennials: Perennials will take longer to grow, but it is well worth it. Roses, Fuchsias, Geraniums and Succulents all do well. Miniature varieties are especially adaptable.

Herbs: Herbs can also be planted in the top once the bottom plant is established. Parsley, chives, Mint, Sage, Coriander, Rosemary, Lavender and Aloe Vera, to name a few.
How to plant a Down Under Pot
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Down under pots
Jun 17, 2018 | Tony Krzmarzick
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I love my down under pots. I've had 4 of the blue glazed pots for 12 years or so. Two were damaged this spring, so I ordered 2 of the TerraCotta Pots. Love them!


Happy Birthday
Apr 12, 2018 | Sandra Greeson
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I ordered an upside down pot for a friend who had admired mine. It was sent to her address, came quickly and in perfect condition. We are both happy!


Homemaker
Apr 8, 2018 | Lawanda
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Ordered before but got broken. I prefer impatien. flowers as they seem to do best and bloom all year. I have 2. One one each side of front door.


Awesome
Oct 7, 2016 | Suguna Vepa
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Love it. Awesome


Down Under Pot
Sep 26, 2016 | James Stanton
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I planted a spider plant in a Down Under Pot doing good.


good for Phalaenopses
Jul 31, 2016 | Kit
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Hang them sideways with your phal coming out one end, and you give it something like its natural setting in the side of a cliff. It doesn't get crown rot, and the graceful arches of flowers are very handsome


Down under pots
Jun 16, 2016 | Lou Darst
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awesome.


don't have one
May 10, 2016 | Gloria Skipper
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This is my 2nd Pot. Love and get more compliments from people that have never seen one.


hang sideways
May 5, 2016 | Kathryn Hume
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Phalaenopses (moth orchids) like to grow sideways out of cliff cracks. These pots, held sideways, have made my phals very happy. Those so potted all put out two flower spikes this year.


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