Add Charm to Your Garden with Designer Planters

by John Steffen Consultant
Plants can bring life to every corner of your plot. Be it the interior or exterior of your house or workplace, there is a varied range of products to choose from. They come in various shapes, sizes, colors and patterns matching the exact theme of your place and also in different materials to choose from like- plastic planters, fiber glass planters, metal planters etc. As these are the places where you spend most of your time, it is very necessary to choose the product wisely. Planters can work all sorts of magic in your space. There are lots of options available in the market to decorate your room and garden with designer flower pots.

Watching your garden bloom is the best satisfaction one can ever get. Get a relaxing garden view with natural and beautiful array of plant life by investing your time for choosing the right patterns and colors of garden pots and planters. The soil, fertilizers, and climate conditions and last but not the least the pots and planters, every single thing is important for the plants to be matched to the environment that they'll live in. Your hard work will make the finished product rewarding and fulfilling.

The right height of Pot for a plant

  • The pots or containers should be purchased with a long term vision in mind for Japanese Maple, conifers, Ficus plants etc. Pots have to be at least 15 inches deep and 12 inches wide.  The bigger your plant can grow comfortably, when the container is bigger.
  • A 2 inches deeper and 2 inches broader pot is required for a nursery plant
  • Pots with diameter of 8-10 inches should do fine for annuals that tend to grow 10-12 inches tall. It is ideal to shift it to a pot with a diameter of 24 inches or something that resembles half portion of the barrel, if the plants grow rapidly to the size of 2-3 feet.
  • As, there are chances, that the root bulb will grow larger than the diameter of the neck and will not come out of the pot without encountering trouble, shrubs should not be planted in any garden pots and planters that have slim neck.
  • Slow growing plants should be planted in a pot that is 1-2 inches larger than the pot it was bought in.
  • After understanding the growth template of the plant, you should choose pots or designer flower pots for your flora. Hence, you need to know the physiology of the plant and its roots before growing them into pots.

So, witness the happy growth of the plants is possible only when you opt for the correct containers.

Author’s bio-
This article speaks about how proper size of garden pots and planters can help in the growth of plants.

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