Parade Pot in Rose + Saucer by Bergs Potter 7.1"
Local Charlestown delivery or pickup only please!
The Parade Pot is named for the Parade House in Gisselfeld Castle Park, a glass greenhouse that was first seen at the London World’s Fair in 1851. The Parade House today shelters an orange-growing operation and an extensive garden designed by Stig Lauritsen. As the designer of the Parade Pot, Lauritsen took inspiration for this collection from an ancient Belgian design.
About Bergs Potter:
If your plants could speak, they would tell you that there’s nothing better than a quality clay pot. Proper drainage gives their roots room to breathe, and superior clay holds in the moisture they need.
The clay is fired at very high temperatures, giving the pots a natural strength and a special treatment ensures that our saucers are completely waterproof, making our pots suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The high density of the clay, makes the pots frost resistant and allows air to the roots and retain moisture due to the superlative quality of the clay, thus giving plants the optimum growth conditions.