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Potted plants refer to plants that are planted and grown in containers rather than in the ground. Potted plants are ideal for smaller spaces or for more delicate flowers that are particularly susceptible to environmental factors and pests. Container gardens can easily accommodate just about any type of plant, including vegetables.

Some containers are even drought-tolerant to protect the plants from extremely dry climates. Some potted plants eventually make their way into hanging baskets or garden beds. Plants grown in containers in a hydroponics system are not typically referred to as potted plants.
High rise green space: Enables gardens to be grown on all floors of apartment blocks and high-rise buildings.
Greater control: With less to look after, it’s easier to control the impact of weather, the micro climate, sun and shade.

Cement Pots

Cement planters are among the many vessels in which you can grow your beloved plants. They can be found in many sizes. Cement pots and planters are extremely sturdy and are quite winter-resistant when compared to planters made with other materials. However, they are heavy. The sun will warm the concrete and the soil inside it, and the concrete will keep the soil at a good, warm temperature, which can be ideal for growing plants that come from warmer climates or ones that have a higher heat requirement.

Plastic Pots

Plastic pots are made of inert materials and are considered safe for growing plants. Many are made of recyclable plastic so disposal is environmentally friendly when the pot is no longer usable.

Coir Pots

Coir pots are an excellent growing medium because plants can be transplanted into the pot itself. coir pots have an exceptionally high permeability to water, air and roots. The coir pots break down naturally in the soil, which minimises root disturbance at the time of planting. Gardeners looking for faster cultivation, an excellent root system and re-establishment without any shock from transplanting use Coir Pots. Coir has excellent water holding capacity while still promoting good drainage and aeration.

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