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from the Logee's growers


New Pots For Spring

Colorful New Pots displayed neatly in our Retail Store
Colorful New Pots displayed neatly in our Retail Store


Our retail store at Logee’s is always thinking outside the box. This spring we’ve added some colorful pots to enliven the indoor growing space. Take a look at some of the new editions to our Retail Store.

 
Making room for the pots! Notice the Maculata var. Wightii begonia to the left and the Gardenia plants on the rights
Making room for the pots! Notice the Maculata var. Wightii begonia to the left and the Gardenia plants on the right
A variety of Glazed pots with saucers! These work well for plants that need constant moisture
A variety of Glazed pots with saucers! These work well for plants that need constant moisture
Dish planters are good to make a mixed container of several plants or put one dramatic plant in the middle. I like to match shades of the flower color with the pot color
Dish planters are good to make a mixed container of several plants or put one dramatic plant in the middle. I like to match shades of the flower color with the pot color
Great for an indoor herb set or even a set of bulbs
Great for an indoor herb set or even a set of bulbs
 
I love the design of these orchid pots. Plus, the open air lets the orchids breathe
I love the design of these orchid pots. Plus, the open air lets the orchids breathe
Bonsai pots are good for our Begonias called ‘Richardsiana’ and ‘Partita'
Bonsai pots are good for our Begonias called ‘Richardsiana’ and ‘Partita'



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