Indoor plant pots come in various shapes and sizes, according to purpose. It is relatively easy to buy a small range of ordinary pots at any garden centre, but there are specialists who will sell a wider range.Some companies have websites selling their pots, some of which can be quite low cost, while others can be decorative.
Plant pots come in various materials. Indoor pots tend not to be terracotta, though these are useful on patios, as they are porous. They tend to be either functional plastic or more decorative, heavy ceramic. Any garden centre of DIY store will sell pots that can be used indoors, but not everyone sells pots with a specific indoor purpose. Focussed DIY sell indoor pots.There are several companies trading on the web, some of whom have stores as well, who can provide a range of indoor pots.
Online stores selling pots
Amazon, while often associated with books and dvds etc, are a major Internet store with many departments. They offer a range of pots, one of which is bronze, making it suitable for stylish indoor planting, and there are ceramic planters suitable for rooms and conservatories.
Sandedge.com have an indoor garden section on their website, observing that indoor plants sometimes come in unattractive containers and so, they are offering a more attractive option for people who want to plant indoor plants.
The advantage of specialist sites is that you can find a range of stylish pots of various sizes, which means that you can pot on from something stylish to a stylish pot of a larger kind. You can also find stylish large pots suitable for larger plants, such as indoor trees, the sort grown in conservatories that you do not always find in general garden centres.
A visit to Plantpots.co.uk takes you to Terratec, which offers a range of planters made from fibreglass aluminium or stoneware, etc, all of which are intended for stylish appearance.
Notonthehighstreet.com aims at a stylish, apparently female market keen on elegant goods. There is a home and garden section that offers pots in very elegant style.
Poshpots.com also aims to sell quality pots.
Supaprice.co.uk aims at a less expensive market.