30 inch diameter plastic planter pots can be used as regular potting soil. These pots are ideal for plant gardening and container gardening. They are durable, easy to use and economical. They are good for both starting seedlings and for long term container plantings. The large size of the pots will provide enough room for root growth.
The most important things to consider when purchasing a pot include the amount of space available, the drainage and the stability of the potting bench. A lot of effort should be put into choosing the correct drainage system. If the potting bench is sloped, it will be necessary to put drainage strips under the pot to avoid flooding of the container. If the pots will be placed on the ground it will be necessary to make sure they have a flat bottom and are placed on a firm base. For container planting the soil should be moist but not wet.
For container plants it is necessary to choose the correct pot that will hold the proper amount of water and nutrients needed for success. The drainage system will also help keep roots from drying out during periods of drought. There are many different varieties of planter pots and each one has its own characteristics such as size, shape and material. Some containers can be moved while others are not capable of being moved.
There are two types of container gardening that people choose to engage in. There is the hanging planter pot which requires no potting bench and is typically hung from the ceiling. Many people like this method because it allows them to reach the plants. There are also portable planter pots that allow for easy mobility and portability.
Most of these potting benches have a lip on the bottom to assist with drainage. These pots also have a lip over the rim of the pot that prevents soil from draining or leaking onto the floor. Most planter pots are constructed with a drainage system that allows water to drain away from the plant roots and down into the drainage hole on the bottom of the pot. The rim of the pot also helps keep leaves and dirt from draining onto the floor.
A potting bench is typically placed under a window to assist with filtering light. This provides ample light for the plants to grow at an optimal stage in development. This type of light filtration system does require the use of electricity. Many times the light filtration system is built right into the potting bench. This makes the installation process very simple and straightforward.
It is important to check the drainage system before planting anything in the ground. If there are clumps of weeds in the ground, it will be necessary to remove those weeds before putting the pot on the potting bench. Also make sure there is enough room for your plants to spread out. If not, putting the pots on the bench will cause the plants to form a ring around the pot, this will prevent air circulation and result in roots that won’t have access to oxygen.
There are several brands of 30-inch diameter plastic planter pots available on the market today. Some popular brands are Planter Pets, Garden Center Pro, Hamm’s Hatter, Sunlight Year Round Planter, Heirloom gardening, Inc., and Stoneware. Each one of these companies produce a wide range of unique planter pots with different styles and designs. Due to their popularity, many of these companies offer a money back guarantee if you aren’t completely satisfied with the pot.