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Posted:  08 Oct 2013 15:49  
Does anyone know of a supplier that sells AMERICAN MADE PRODUCTS - is there such a thing?
Posted:  08 Oct 2013 19:30  
None that I know of.  China is the heartland of plastic pot manufacturing these days.
Posted:  08 Oct 2013 22:16  
Old Town Fiberglass is 100% made in America www.oldtownfiberglass.com

i also believe Tournesol and Wesnic may be, but you would have to verify with them.

Posted:  08 Oct 2013 22:18  
also Ore fabricates steel and aluminum that are American Made if you need metal.

Posted:  10 Oct 2013 02:01  
you're welcome designergreens
Posted:  10 Oct 2013 20:25  
NewPro's Vista, PotLuck, Quadrangle, CurbSide, and MegaPots planters are all made in America. You can check them out here: http://www.newprocontainers.com/american-planters
Posted:  10 Oct 2013 23:08  
I knew that Vista were made in the USA way back when, but didn't realize these all still are.  Now I can feel politically correct and patriotic as well as satisfied as a customer when I buy your stuff!
Posted:  12 Oct 2013 03:36  
does it bother anyone else when someone asks for help and then doesn't bother to chime in afterwards or even say "thank you dawg" for sharing?

or am i the only one who had parents that taught me to say "thanks"
Posted:  12 Oct 2013 14:48  
We come from a different generation, and, it seems, a different universe...
Posted:  14 Oct 2013 22:40  
apparently so
Posted:  18 Oct 2013 16:57  
Calm down Alex.
I'm not on this site regularly. I check back every so often - hardly a reason to call someone unappreciative. Your rant comes across as a bit whiney.
Thank you for taking the time to post. I did look into the companies you posted. Although limited on what's available, at least it's American made.

Melanie: Thank you, I also looked into your info and they are American made.
Posted:  19 Oct 2013 00:04  
not "whiney" at all.

its just that usually when one posts a request for a source, one needs the information pretty quickly! it took you ten days to return so guess you didnt need the info quickly

btw there are hundreds of styles and sizes between the three sites i suggested, more if you include newpro

what exactly were you looking for?
Posted:  19 Oct 2013 00:24   Last Edited By: designergreens 
I was hoping to find containers similar to Lechuza. There's some awesome suppliers available on the west coast, but don't ship to the mid-west.
Posted:  19 Oct 2013 21:24  
which suppliers don't ship to the midwest? curious!
Posted:  20 Oct 2013 01:05  
Sunborne, I was also surprised. They only supply to the west coast. Personally, if you're packaging a container to ship - what difference does it make where it's going. The purchaser pays shipping.
Posted:  20 Oct 2013 15:00  
sunborne isn't a manufacturer, they just re-sell others' containers so the cost of shipping to East or Midwest would be prohibitive for them.
just source what you were looking at from them direct and they will ship to you.
if you need help determining a direct source post a photo of what you are looking at and we can help :-)

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