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cheap flower pots

It's time to stop begging the lower garden center for leftover used 
pots.  I'm expecting 100 caladium tubers this week and have no idea what 
I'm going to be doing with them and don't relish begging for 100 more pots.

Instead, it's time to order.  I did so well with my request for cheap 
labels that I'm going to ask for cheap flower pots.  Any ideas?  I'm 
looking for 4 or 5" pots and don't mind purchasing 500 or 1000 if that's 
the minimum number.  Will any of the manufacturing companies deal with such 
small orders?

The 2 companies I see on the web are Lerio at http://www.lerio.com/ and 
Koba at http://www.kobacorp.com/ (although Koba scares me with the word 
"wholesale" and doesn't even include a price list).  Has anyone dealt with 
either company and does anyone know of any other companies?

Incidentally, are 4" pots adequate for size #1 caladium tubers and would 
the shallower azalea pots be better?


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