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Quality Pottery

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8210 S Nogales Hwy
Tucson, AZ 85756
Fax: 520-294-7189
Last Updated: April 18, 2017

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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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Have a question? Feel free to call us at 520-294-2324 today!

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APRIL SALE 2017

BIG SPRING SAVINGS

30% OFF EVERYTHING IN STORE!

•RED CLAY FROM TECATE & ROSARITA BEACH

•TALAVERA FROM MEXICO

•LAWN & WALL ART FROM MEXICO

•HIGH FIRED GLAZED POTTERY FROM ASIA

Some restrictions may apply, not valid with any other offers

**Quality Pottery will be closed on Easter, April 16th.**

 

Quality Pottery 

8210 S. Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756

520-294-2324

 http://www.qualitypottery.net/

 

 

  • Updated

APRIL SALES 2017


BIG SPRING SAVINGS

30% OFF EVERYTHING IN STORE!

•RED CLAY FROM TECATE & ROSARITA BEACH

•TALAVERA FROM MEXICO

•LAWN & WALL ART FROM MEXICO

•HIGH FIRED GLAZED POTTERY FROM ASIA

Some restrictions may apply, not valid with any other offers

**Quality Pottery will be closed on Easter, April 16th.**

 

Quality Pottery 

8210 S. Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756

520-294-2324

 http://www.qualitypottery.net/

 

 

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APRIL TIPS!

Annuals in Bloom: Plant spring and summer blooming annuals such as geraniums, gerbera daisies, marigolds, petunias, carnations, cosmos, lobelia, alyssum, million bells, verbena and periwinkle.

Citrus: This is a great month to plant citrus.

Blooming Perennials: Plant spring blooming perennials such as African daisies (osteospermum), Buddleia davidii (butterfly bush), gallardia, guara, delphinium, and lavender.

Frost Sensitive Plants: Great time to select and enjoy plants such as bougainvillea, lantana, and hibiscus.

Pruning: Prune frost damage from plants once new growth appears.

Leaves Dropping: It is normal for evergreen trees and shrubs to drop older yellow foliage in preparation for new spring growth.

Irrigation: Established trees and shrubs may need weekly irrigation by the end of the month. Water thoroughly and deeply.

Plants in Pots: May need daily watering as temperatures warm up.

Yellow Leaves: Iron chlorosis may be detected on plants such as citrus, roses, and gardenias. Foliage will appear yellow with bright green veins. Treat affected plants with chelated iron

Garden Insects: Keep an eye out for aphids and spider mites. Try washing them off with a heavy blast of water.

Grow your own food from our healthy selection:

*Apples, Peaches and Plums

*Lemons, Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines, Limes and Kumquats

*Table Grapes – red and white seedless

*Pomegranates

*Figs – Mission, Black Jack and Brown Turkey

*Artichokes, Eggplant, Cucumbers, Squash, Peppers, Cantaloupe and Strawberries

*Tomatoes – Heirloom, Grafted and Traditional

*Herbs – Basil, Oregano, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme and more.

*Plant okra, asparagus, beans, cherry tomatoes, sunflowers, amaranth, cucumber, eggplant, melons, Lima beans, black-eyed peas, cane sorghum, chilies, chiltepines, cotton, gourds, indigo, panic grass, teosinte, tobacco, tomatillos, muskmelon

*Still not too late to plant pumpkins, cantaloupes, squash

* Plant summer bulbs – caladium, anna, dahlia, glads, iris

*Warm-to-hot-season greens such as amaranth, purslane, lambsquarters, Malabar spinach, and Yakima Savoy lettuce can be sown now and grown through summer — all will appreciate afternoon shade from a tall trellis, native mesquite tree, or sunflowers to the west.

**Quality Pottery will be closed on Easter, April 16th.**

 

Quality Pottery 

8210 S. Nogales Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85756

520-294-2324

 http://www.qualitypottery.net/

 

 

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