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Types of Planters


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Types of Planters

Wooden Planters

Wooden planters are very affordable. They are available in a range of shapes and sizes. Wooden seedlings have excellent drainage. They are, though, strong and have the potential to rot.

If you are short of space, a wooden planter is a perfect way to build a bed in which to grow plants and vegetables. Depending on your preferences, your wooden planter can be customized to match every corner. And it can be stained in any color and will not rot, since it is made of pressure-treated timber.

You can get wood planters ready for planting by using treatments such as chemical sealers, water-based preservatives, or linseed oil. Once you’ve researched the benefits of each treatment type, you’ll need to consider the longevity of your wood planter. Think about things like elevating your planter boxes on pot feet or small blocks of scrap wood if they will be sitting on a wooden deck or patio surface. This will prevent trapped moisture from affecting the underlying surface, and also create space for the containers to drain.

Ceramic Planters

Ceramic planters are offered in a wide range of styles, colors, and sizes. They have better drainage than clay. They look pretty and are suitable for both indoor and outdoor decoration. They may be more expensive and heavier compared to other planter types, with poor drainage. Ask us about the best way to maintain your ceramic planter! Airflow, resulting in healthy plants, promotes root development. But if you tend to overwater or for plants that prefer dry soils, the clay often moisturizes nutrients from the soil, making ceramic pots a safer option. This also indicates that plants need more water in ceramic pots than plants in plastic pots. This planter brings sculptural beauty to your patio, front porch, or living room. Ceramic planters are perfect for a leafy fern or small colorful blossoms.

Terracotta

Terracotta planters are beautiful, but also delicate. You need to be gentle when using terracotta pots, especially when moving them to different locations or handling them in the cold.

They may require more frequent watering than other non-porous pots, as terracotta pots are made of baked clay. This makes it super easy for water to pass through a pot that helps prevent root rot but often means that you need to water your plant more. Our golden rule of thumb when using terracotta pots is to soak your pot prior to use it! Fill up a sink and soak them overnight or at least 30 minutes prior to potting.

The porous design of terracotta planters allows air and water to flow through the walls, avoiding soil disease and root rot. For indoor plants and exterior container planting, terracotta containers may be used. Terracotta pots are valued for a reasonable cause, from fertilizing away seeds and seedlings to growing a selection of plants and cacti. Whenever you need a decent planter, they make an excellent pick. For a lot of plants that like drier soil, terracotta containers are perfect.

Glass Planters

Bring the outdoors in with our selection of glassware planters. Create a contemporary display of greenery with an array of terrariums, plant pots, planters, and containers – ideal for cacti, succulents, ferns, and moss.

You can hang the glass planter in the bedroom, patio, living room, or place it on your coffee table. These planters are beautiful, eye-catching flowerpots and will make any plant DIY project purify your house or office, a good decoration for you. You can send it to your friends as a practical present.

Glass planters are a perfect place for a range of plants to be shown throughout the house. Their interesting elements bring elegance to every room immediately. A number of items that will upgrade every home are included in our collection of glass planters.

Metal Planters

Metal planters look good and are available for a very cheap price. They have low ventilation, though, so they can overheat plants as well. As storage pots, metal planters are commonly used, i.e. decorative exterior pots in which plants are put in other types of pots. Using metal planters as caching pots avoids all doubt over the metals that penetrate the soil. It also makes repotting the plant fast, as required in most instances.

Decorate Your Outdoors Or Even Any Corner in your house with these Extraordinary Metal Planters and their Beautiful Design Engraved. Classy Look and structure. Convenient for both indoors and outdoor purposes. Durable and elegant.