Terracotta Down Under Pot

Item Number: TDUP
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Need a stand for your Down Under Pot? The small stand is only for the small pot while the large stand can accommodate the medium or large pot.

Hummingbird Feeder Stand/Small Down Under Pot Stand

Item Number: DUPSS
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Large Down Under Pot Stand

Item Number: DUPSL
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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.
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TERRACOTTA DOWN UNDER POT
Sep 3, 2011  |  By laurie
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Have this pot in petite and small and each has done beautifully. They require very little attention once the plants take hold and the unquie display adds a great deal to any outdoor area. We have thoroughly enjoyed these pots this summer, look forward to using them next summer and will be back for more!


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Jul 14, 2012  |  By Beverly Arnold
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I have had one large terra cotta pot for about 10 years abd finally ordered another one 23 years ago. They have coleus in the and have covered the whole pots. They look fabulous and I'll be ordering some for Christmas presents.


DOWN UNDER POTS
Apr 14, 2015  |  By KATHY MOORE
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I have had one of these pots before and loved it. The one ordered in March has not yet been delivered. Cannot wait to receive it.


best pots
May 5, 2015  |  By susan
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This is my favorite pot.


Down Under Pot
Jun 3, 2015  |  By Donna Cook
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Package was received in a timely fashion and very well packed. I am enjoying the down under pot so much.


Down Under Pots are beautiful
Nov 28, 2015  |  By L. Peeples
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Ordered 2 for my wife and she loves them. We already had 2 and find them to be very versatile. Surprising how well plants adapt to these pots. Order was filled fast and delivered with no issues. Very good packaging.


As expected
Dec 31, 2015  |  By Connie
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I was very interested in trying the upside down planter. The pot itself is beautiful. My strawberry plant is now two weeks in and doing well. One more week and I turn it over. So far, the pot is performing exactly as I hoped.


Quality Product
Apr 3, 2016  |  By Donna
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This is my second set of down under pots and I am very pleased with both. Most remarkable is the care in packaging.


hang sideways
May 5, 2016  |  By 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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