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    The thing under the pot

    Please have a look at this picture:
    http://www.asianproducts.com/showpro...269945&pic=big

    What's the thing under the flower pot called in English?
    You know....that thing that's used to prevent the water from leaking when we water the flower....
    I was wondering if it's called "flower plate".
    But it seems plate rather refers to the thing we use to hold food.
    And a flower plate seems to mean that the plate is decoreated with flower patterns....

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    Re: The thing under the pot

    How about "drip-tray"?

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    Re: The thing under the pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Red5
    How about "drip-tray"?
    Last I bought a potted plant it was called a saucer, even though I am sure this thing might have a few terms depending on where you live.

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