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A new collection of Kew pots

Kew Shop is pleased to introduce a beautiful range of hand-thrown plant pots

Kew's new collection includes plant pots, candle pots, jugs and cake stands

The new pots are available in a variety of styles and sizes designed for use indoors and in conservatories. The range includes pots with handles and planters and each is available in a range of colours including elegant Ivory and Chartwell Green.

In addition we have fantastic items for your home: a cake stand, jug and candle pots. All these items bear the crest of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and are available online and in the Gardens' shops.

Visit our Online Shop to view the range and other exclusive Kew products. We offer a wonderful range of gifts, jewellery and souvenirs as well as items for your home and garden. All profits support Kew's work.

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Comments

17 June 2014
I am having trouble locating these in the shop?
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4 April 2013
Beautiful pots in the most stunning colours.Look so stylish in my lounge with a palm,fern and tulips in.Just very careful watering needed but more than worth the effort to have them standing proud on wooden floors and tables.Please don't put drainage holes in !!
3 December 2012
Beautiful but annoyingly doesn't have drainage holes which is a faff. I can never find the right sized plastic pots to put inside so it looks smart, always too big or too small. I won't buy anymore until drainage holes are put in them.
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10 October 2011
If they have holes in them, you can't use them for flower arrangements as easily, the long toms look beautiful with a simple bunch of tulips and ladies mantle
1 June 2011
I just wish the pots were made with drainage holes, even indoors or in a conservatory this would be an advantage, it would then encourage folk to buy a matching saucer to stand the pot on.