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Pots & Saucers


  1. Materials:

    • Plastic: Lightweight, affordable, and come in various sizes and colours. Plastic pots retain moisture well and make plants easy to handle and move.
    • Fabric: light weight and reusable. Air pruning effect prevents root circling. Pots dry out faster and give better access to oxygen.
  2. Sizes:

    • Pots come in a range of sizes to accommodate different plants. Larger pots are suitable for plants that require more space for root development.
  3. Drainage Holes:

    • Proper drainage is crucial for preventing waterlogging and root rot. Pots should have drainage holes at the bottom to allow excess water to escape. Fabric pots utilise their porous material to allow free drainage from all sides.
  4. Shapes:

    • Pots come in various shapes, including round and square. Choose a shape that complements the style of your garden or indoor space. One advantage of square pots is that they allow closer spacing.
  5. Self-Watering Pots:

    • Some pots come with built-in reservoirs or self-watering systems, which can be useful for maintaining consistent moisture levels, especially for plants with specific watering needs. Autopots and MegaPots are two great examples of this.
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