- Posted by zayla
- On December 11, 2018
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I adore terracotta. When I used to live in New York City, I admired the terracotta detailing that clung to many of the buildings during my commute. The intertwining vines, women’s faces, and intricate patterns that mades these skyscrapers even more magnificent.
unglazed, typically brownish-red earthenware, used chiefly as an ornamental building material and in modeling
Terracotta framed my Manhattan window, and littered my inside windowsill where my houseplants lived. These are the 3 reasons why terracotta is the best material for planters.
Terracotta is an environmentally responsible, biodegradable material. It is clay from the earth.
Terracotta is a porous material, and will naturally absorb extra moisture from the plant’s soil, protecting it against overwatering.
Trends come and go, but there is nothing more classic as a warm toned terracotta planter. They even look BETTER as they age.