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When the outdoor market goes back to indoor, what to look for

When the indoor market goes out of style, a new crop of ceramic planter plants will start sprouting up across the country.

The trend is expected to help boost consumer spending as the price of ceramic pots and pans, which typically run $250-$500, start to climb again.

A new crop called “sans ceramic” is now available in three varieties: the more common “copper-plated” and the more rare “metallic-plating” ceramic.

The latter type of ceramic is more durable than its copper-platting brethren.

“They look like metal,” said Lisa Johnson, an urban designer who has been producing ceramic plants in Seattle for several years.

“It’s a little bit softer than a metal planter.”

The first commercial production of sans ceramic began in 2014, and Johnson says she expects the trend to continue.

“I think it will be a big trend, probably in terms of what is on sale, and I think the market will go back to the old days,” she said.

The new ceramic varieties are not only cheaper to produce, they are also more sustainable, Johnson said.

They are also relatively easy to maintain.

Sans ceramic plants produce a green coating on top of the surface of the ceramic substrate.

This coating can be applied by hand or with a garden tool.

The green coating helps absorb odors and nutrients.

It also helps the plant survive longer, and helps keep it in the garden for more years of growth, Johnson noted.

“If I don’t keep my plants green, they will die,” she explained.

Johnson also recommends the use of organic fertilizers, which are easier to use and less expensive.

“Organic fertilizer is cheap and easy to find,” she added.

“We don’t have to use pesticides, or chemical fertilizers.”

Sans-coated ceramic plants are planted in a tray on a ceramic pot and then covered with compost, which provides the plant with oxygen and helps it absorb nutrients.

Johnson said that compost has a lower carbon footprint than the plastic mulch that many homeowners use.

Johnson said the plants have been available for about a year now.

“There are a lot of people who have planted it, and they’ve gotten good results,” she noted.

“I have also been working with a few of my customers who have started growing it.

I think it’s going to be a really great crop.”

Johnson says that the green coating can last for many years, depending on the conditions.

It can last years, and her ceramic plants have lasted over 10 years.

She also said that the plants are more resistant to insect and diseases than some other types of ceramic plants.

“Theres a lot more resistance to diseases in the green covering that people are using than there is in the plastic or plastic mulches,” she stated.

“You can control it pretty well with organic fertilizer, and you can control that by keeping your soil moist.”

Johnson’s ceramic plants, called “Copper Plated”, were planted in 2014.

They can grow to 15 feet tall and weigh up to 200 pounds.

“Theres so much more of a tolerance than what you can find in plastic pots,” she elaborated.

“When you start doing a compost pile, it’s so much easier,” she continued.

“With the compost pile you don’t really have a lot to hold on to, and there’s not a lot that is attached to it.

So the plants really don’t get too wet.”

The plants are also drought tolerant, and are not dependent on rainfall.

Johnson noted that some of the varieties are also easier to maintain because they are smaller, and the plants do not need to be maintained.

“If you plant a lot, you don´t have to do a lot,” she concluded.

“There are no special chemicals,” Johnson noted, adding that ceramic plants also tend to be cheaper.