The textured neutral of this lovely flower pot offers a softness that's perfect for houseplants, small clusters of your favorite bulbs, or even a single amaryllis (they don't like too much room). Whatever you choose to grow, just make sure it's planted in a 6" nursery pot with drainage first, then pop that inside the flowerpot.
Why do we recommend an inner, self-draining nursery pot? If the soil becomes waterlogged, it can cause root rot and ultimately kill your plant. With a nursery pot, you can easily lift the plant out and pour out any excess water before it causes a problem.