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Pottery Fiesta

More Than Just Pots


16181 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739
Last Updated: January 26, 2017




About Pottery Fiesta

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Pottery Fiesta

Thank you for visiting Pottery Fiesta - More Than Just Pots

Make a big style statement in your home with a great selection of pottery brought to you by Pottery Fiesta.

Whatever you're looking for, whether it's a splash of color for your living room or a new flower pot, Pottery Fiesta is your number one resource for great choice and quality.


Products Include:

  • Attractive Pottery
  • Garden Art
  • Accents
  • And much more!

Pottery Fiesta proudly services Catalina, SaddleBrooke, SaddleBrooke Ranch, Oro Valley, Oracle, Dove Mountain and surrounding areas.

If you have questions about our products or services please don't hesitate to call Pottery Fiesta! 520-989-3614



"Thank you Pottery Fiesta!!! Loving these new pots...they look amazing!!! Now excited to plant something in them!!! You guys Rock!!!"
- Mountain View Assembly of God

"Great selection, great prices, great place."
-Linda L.

"The latest buzz in Catalina is a brand new small business venture—Pottery Fiesta LLC—undertaken by SaddleBrooke residents, Brad and Julia Huff."


Contact Information For
Pottery Fiesta

16181 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739




• Feed established roses with Flower and Vegetable Food or Magnum Rose Food (for potted roses) at half strength. Add Epsom salts at half strength. Increase deep watering to every day. Mulch your roses to help retain moisture. Apply chelated iron to roses exhibiting an iron deficiency (yellow leaves with bright green veins). Keep an eye out for spider mites. Treat with Systemic Insecticide. Distorted buds are a sign of thrips damage. It is important to treat buds (with Systemic Insecticide) at a very early stage, before the damage is visible.

• Summer annuals varieties include calibrachoa, celosia, cosmos, golden fleece, nierembergia, periwinkle, portulaca, salvia, and sweet potato vine. For shady areas, plant begonias, caladium, dahlias, impatiens, and pink splash.

Plant summer annuals from seed. Varieties include cosmos, sunflowers, tithonia, and zinnias.

• Plant summer vegetables such as Armenian cucumber, eggplant, pumpkin, squash, and watermelon from transplant or seed.

• Cover tomatoes with shade cloth or perhaps you have grown some shade.

• Sow fall tomatoes indoors.

• Make sure you have covered the soil with mulch to retain moisture and reduce plant stress.

• Plant summer herbs such as basil, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage and thyme.

• Plant trees, shrubs, and vines by the beginning of the month in order to benefit from a full summer season of growth.

• Prune dead branches, or branches that compromise the growth or shape of trees or shrubs, but don’t do any severe pruning at this time.

• Most established trees and shrubs will need weekly irrigation. Water slowly and deeply.

• Water established non-native cacti once a week. Established native cactus such as prickly pear and ocotillo should be watered at least once a month (saguaro cactus should not need any supplemental water, unless recently planted). Container cacti may need watering up to twice a week.

Contact Information For

Pottery Fiesta

16181 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739






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