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8210 S Nogales Hwy
Tucson, AZ 85756
Fax: 520-294-7189
Last Updated: September 23, 2016

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About Quality Pottery

Quality Pottery Etc. has been in business since 1990 and is proud to provide customers with the highest-quality products and personal service. We are your source for indoor and outdoor pottery.

You can expect top quality products at the most affordable price at Quality Pottery Etc. We are dedicated to customer service, providing innovative styles and colors in a wide range of sizes and shapes to suit any garden or interior need. With over 22 years in the business, we are able to recognize the changing trends in garden and interior styles and make these new products available to you!

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  • Updated

BIG SAVINGS ON FALL SPECIALS

60% OFF

ON SELECTED HI FIRED GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA.

50% OFF

ON ALL HI FIRED EARTHENWARE POTTERY FROM VIETNAM. 

ALL POTTERY, FIGURINES, PLATES & VASES

FROM OAXACA MEXICO.

30% OFF

ON ALL OTHER GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA & VIETNAM.

30% OFF

ON ALL TALAVERA, TERRACOTTA POTTERY, WROUGHT IRON FURNITURE, LAWN ART, PLANT STANDS & CONCRETE BENCHES.

SOME RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS, NO CITY SALES TAX. SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 30TH.

8210 S. NOGALES HWY. TUCSON ARIZONA 85756

520-294-2324

OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK FROM 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

September’s Planting Tips:

  • This is the last month to feed your roses (for the remainder of the year) with Flower and Vegetable Food or Magnum Rose Food (for container grown roses). Feed at full strength. Add Epsom salts at full strength. Continue to water daily. Lightly prune around the 15th
  • Plant cool weather annuals towards the end of the month. Varieties include calendula, dianthus, petunias, snapdragon, and stock.
  • Plant cool weather vegetables, such as broccoli, carrots, lettuce, peas, radishes, and spinach, garlic, onions, parsley, cilantro, beets, cabbage, Chinese cabbage and celery, turnips, garbanzos, lentils, desert chia, rutabaga, artichoke, and nasturtiums and collards, kale, mustard greens at the end of the month.
  • Plant Sweet Pea seeds at the end of the month for early spring bloom next year.
  • Citrus foliage may look yellow and/or sunburned after the hot summer, but new growth should be healthy. Water every 7-10 days, along with your other established trees and shrubs, until temperatures begin to cool down. Water slowly and deeply, allowing water to penetrate to the entire root system of your plants.
  • Bulbs are available for fall planting. Varieties available may include anemone, bearded iris, daffodils, Dutch iris, hyacinths (pre-chilled), paper whites, ranunculus, and tulips (need to be chilled 4-6 weeks).When shopping for bulbs, select ones that are of good size, with no soft spots. If you are not planting right away, be sure to store your bulbs in paper bags in a cool, dry area
  • Divide iris that have been in the ground two years or longer. Foliage of iris not being divided should be cut back to a 6” fan shape.
  • Cold-hardy desert shrubs – cassia, creosote.
  • Cacti – saguaro, barrel, prickly pear, hedgehog, pincushion, euphorbia, agave, yucca, hesperaloe.

Quality Pottery 

8210 S. Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756

520-294-2324

 http://www.qualitypottery.net/

Other
  • Updated

BIG SAVINGS ON FALL SPECIALS

60% OFF

ON SELECTED HI FIRED GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA.

50% OFF

ON ALL HI FIRED EARTHENWARE POTTERY FROM VIETNAM. 

ALL POTTERY, FIGURINES, PLATES & VASES

FROM OAXACA MEXICO.

30% OFF

ON ALL OTHER GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA & VIETNAM.

30% OFF

ON ALL TALAVERA, TERRACOTTA POTTERY, WROUGHT IRON FURNITURE, LAWN ART, PLANT STANDS & CONCRETE BENCHES.

SOME RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS, NO CITY SALES TAX. SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 30TH.

8210 S. NOGALES HWY. TUCSON ARIZONA 85756

520-294-2324

OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK FROM 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

September’s Planting Tips:

  • This is the last month to feed your roses (for the remainder of the year) with Flower and Vegetable Food or Magnum Rose Food (for container grown roses). Feed at full strength. Add Epsom salts at full strength. Continue to water daily. Lightly prune around the 15th
  • Plant cool weather annuals towards the end of the month. Varieties include calendula, dianthus, petunias, snapdragon, and stock.
  • Plant cool weather vegetables, such as broccoli, carrots, lettuce, peas, radishes, and spinach, garlic, onions, parsley, cilantro, beets, cabbage, Chinese cabbage and celery, turnips, garbanzos, lentils, desert chia, rutabaga, artichoke, and nasturtiums and collards, kale, mustard greens at the end of the month.
  • Plant Sweet Pea seeds at the end of the month for early spring bloom next year.
  • Citrus foliage may look yellow and/or sunburned after the hot summer, but new growth should be healthy. Water every 7-10 days, along with your other established trees and shrubs, until temperatures begin to cool down. Water slowly and deeply, allowing water to penetrate to the entire root system of your plants.
  • Bulbs are available for fall planting. Varieties available may include anemone, bearded iris, daffodils, Dutch iris, hyacinths (pre-chilled), paper whites, ranunculus, and tulips (need to be chilled 4-6 weeks).When shopping for bulbs, select ones that are of good size, with no soft spots. If you are not planting right away, be sure to store your bulbs in paper bags in a cool, dry area
  • Divide iris that have been in the ground two years or longer. Foliage of iris not being divided should be cut back to a 6” fan shape.
  • Cold-hardy desert shrubs – cassia, creosote.
  • Cacti – saguaro, barrel, prickly pear, hedgehog, pincushion, euphorbia, agave, yucca, hesperaloe.

Quality Pottery 

8210 S. Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756

520-294-2324

 http://www.qualitypottery.net/

Other
  • Updated

BIG SAVINGS ON FALL SPECIALS

60% OFF

ON SELECTED HI FIRED GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA.

50% OFF

ON ALL HI FIRED EARTHENWARE POTTERY FROM VIETNAM. 

ALL POTTERY, FIGURINES, PLATES & VASES

FROM OAXACA MEXICO.

30% OFF

ON ALL OTHER GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA & VIETNAM.

30% OFF

ON ALL TALAVERA, TERRACOTTA POTTERY, WROUGHT IRON FURNITURE, LAWN ART, PLANT STANDS & CONCRETE BENCHES.

SOME RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS, NO CITY SALES TAX. SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 30TH.

8210 S. NOGALES HWY. TUCSON ARIZONA 85756

520-294-2324

OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK FROM 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

September’s Planting Tips:

  • This is the last month to feed your roses (for the remainder of the year) with Flower and Vegetable Food or Magnum Rose Food (for container grown roses). Feed at full strength. Add Epsom salts at full strength. Continue to water daily. Lightly prune around the 15th
  • Plant cool weather annuals towards the end of the month. Varieties include calendula, dianthus, petunias, snapdragon, and stock.
  • Plant cool weather vegetables, such as broccoli, carrots, lettuce, peas, radishes, and spinach, garlic, onions, parsley, cilantro, beets, cabbage, Chinese cabbage and celery, turnips, garbanzos, lentils, desert chia, rutabaga, artichoke, and nasturtiums and collards, kale, mustard greens at the end of the month.
  • Plant Sweet Pea seeds at the end of the month for early spring bloom next year.
  • Citrus foliage may look yellow and/or sunburned after the hot summer, but new growth should be healthy. Water every 7-10 days, along with your other established trees and shrubs, until temperatures begin to cool down. Water slowly and deeply, allowing water to penetrate to the entire root system of your plants.
  • Bulbs are available for fall planting. Varieties available may include anemone, bearded iris, daffodils, Dutch iris, hyacinths (pre-chilled), paper whites, ranunculus, and tulips (need to be chilled 4-6 weeks).When shopping for bulbs, select ones that are of good size, with no soft spots. If you are not planting right away, be sure to store your bulbs in paper bags in a cool, dry area
  • Divide iris that have been in the ground two years or longer. Foliage of iris not being divided should be cut back to a 6” fan shape.
  • Cold-hardy desert shrubs – cassia, creosote.
  • Cacti – saguaro, barrel, prickly pear, hedgehog, pincushion, euphorbia, agave, yucca, hesperaloe.

Quality Pottery 

8210 S. Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756

520-294-2324

 http://www.qualitypottery.net/

Other
  • Updated

BIG SAVINGS ON FALL SPECIALS

60% OFF

ON SELECTED HI FIRED GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA.

50% OFF

ON ALL HI FIRED EARTHENWARE POTTERY FROM VIETNAM. 

ALL POTTERY, FIGURINES, PLATES & VASES

FROM OAXACA MEXICO.

30% OFF

ON ALL OTHER GLAZED POTTERY FROM CHINA & VIETNAM.

30% OFF

ON ALL TALAVERA, TERRACOTTA POTTERY, WROUGHT IRON FURNITURE, LAWN ART, PLANT STANDS & CONCRETE BENCHES.

SOME RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS, NO CITY SALES TAX. SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 30TH.

8210 S. NOGALES HWY. TUCSON ARIZONA 85756

520-294-2324

OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK FROM 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

September’s Planting Tips:

  • This is the last month to feed your roses (for the remainder of the year) with Flower and Vegetable Food or Magnum Rose Food (for container grown roses). Feed at full strength. Add Epsom salts at full strength. Continue to water daily. Lightly prune around the 15th
  • Plant cool weather annuals towards the end of the month. Varieties include calendula, dianthus, petunias, snapdragon, and stock.
  • Plant cool weather vegetables, such as broccoli, carrots, lettuce, peas, radishes, and spinach, garlic, onions, parsley, cilantro, beets, cabbage, Chinese cabbage and celery, turnips, garbanzos, lentils, desert chia, rutabaga, artichoke, and nasturtiums and collards, kale, mustard greens at the end of the month.
  • Plant Sweet Pea seeds at the end of the month for early spring bloom next year.
  • Citrus foliage may look yellow and/or sunburned after the hot summer, but new growth should be healthy. Water every 7-10 days, along with your other established trees and shrubs, until temperatures begin to cool down. Water slowly and deeply, allowing water to penetrate to the entire root system of your plants.
  • Bulbs are available for fall planting. Varieties available may include anemone, bearded iris, daffodils, Dutch iris, hyacinths (pre-chilled), paper whites, ranunculus, and tulips (need to be chilled 4-6 weeks).When shopping for bulbs, select ones that are of good size, with no soft spots. If you are not planting right away, be sure to store your bulbs in paper bags in a cool, dry area
  • Divide iris that have been in the ground two years or longer. Foliage of iris not being divided should be cut back to a 6” fan shape.
  • Cold-hardy desert shrubs – cassia, creosote.
  • Cacti – saguaro, barrel, prickly pear, hedgehog, pincushion, euphorbia, agave, yucca, hesperaloe.

Quality Pottery

8210 S. Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756

520-294-2324

 http://www.qualitypottery.net/

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