O2 PotPots

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Built to last with recycled plastic PotPots O2 containers can last up to ten years or more. ​Lack of aeration and poor drainage are significant problems when growing in traditional containers. With PotPots O2 system, increased oxygenation means that the compost can be placed in the pots without becoming anaerobic. PotPots O2 plants are ideally grown watered with a drip irrigation system. To hand water, create two or more rows of uncut cones at the top of the PotPots 02 container to form a water reservoir.​ PotPots O2 containers are appropriate for use with a broad range of growing mediums such as soil or compost, Rockwool, vermiculite, perlite, soilless or with coco fiber your plants will develop fantastic roots.

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Built to last with recycled plastic PotPots O2 containers can last up to ten years or more. ​Lack of aeration and poor drainage are significant problems when growing in traditional containers. With PotPots O2 system, increased oxygenation means that the compost can be placed in the pots without becoming anaerobic. PotPots O2 plants are ideally grown watered with a drip irrigation system. To hand water, create two or more rows of uncut cones at the top of the PotPots 02 container to form a water reservoir.​ PotPots O2 containers are appropriate for use with a broad range of growing mediums such as soil or compost, Rockwool, vermiculite, perlite, soilless or with coco fiber your plants will develop fantastic roots.

PotPots Fabric Growing Containers

Studies show the best container for growing plants is a fabric pot. PotPots has studied the industry for decades. We have taken the best features out of the top leading brands and combined them all in our fabric pot. Fabric PotPots allow for air pruning, root development as well as mold resistance lent by the ability for excellent drainage while allowing for water absorption. PotPots provides fabric durability and construction strength by design.​ We have taken the mystery out of the container and allowed the plant to do what it was meant to do, grow big.