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30cm £8.99 £7.64
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25cm £7.99 £6.79
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Buy Terracotta saucer: Ensure potted plants stay well hydrated with these durable hand-thrown terracotta saucers. Place underneath pots to catch run-off and let the plant drink as needed.<br><br>They also provide much-needed water for wildlife in hot spells. Keep them topped up under plants or site one in a shady spot and fill it regularly for drinking and bathing. The larger size is ideal for hedgehogs, who will happily climb inside to cool off.<br><br>Please note: the measurements given are internal diameters.

Ensure potted plants stay well hydrated with these durable hand-thrown terracotta saucers. Place underneath pots to catch run-off and let the plant drink as needed.

They also provide much-needed water for wildlife in hot spells. Keep them topped up under plants or site one in a shady spot and fill it regularly for drinking and bathing. The larger size is ideal for hedgehogs, who will happily climb inside to cool off.

Please note: the measurements given are internal diameters.

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These are so smart. I have many of your Teracotta pots

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I even used them to put fruit on when eating outside in the summer

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I like the idea of using these instead of plant feet but I'm concerned as to wether a vacuum could form between the saucer and bottom of the pot stopping excess water from draining away and building up inside the pot above the top of the saucer?

Pete53

Hello, These saucers are porous, so they will not prevent excess water from draining away from the pot, however I would advise against leaving the pot sitting in water for any length of time.

Helen

Hello, I was wondering if the price is for only one saucer or more?

Matwix

Hello, The prices listed are for one saucer of the respective size. Hope this helps!

Andy

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