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Gardening Using Plastic Pots

 If you live in an urban setting where space is scarce or if you live in an apartment, pots are the only way to grow all your favorite plants, be it decorative or consumable ones like vegetables. Plastic pots, though recent, have gained popularity because of their ease of use. If you have ever shifted houses, you would know how big a task moving clay and terracotta pots can be. Plastic planters are lighter, easier to transport and come in a variety of designs, sizes and styles that can suit your taste. They are also resistant to weather changes and retain water more efficiently than their traditional counterparts. They are also environmentally friendly as they are recyclable and are highly resistant to breakage and damage.

 Choosing the Right Plastic Pots

 Gardening can be fun provided you know what type of pots to pick from; these pots have an advantage over the others due to some of their inherent properties such as light weight, durability and resistance to damage. Plastic pots also have a higher capacity to retain moisture in the soil as they are impervious to water evaporation so you grow your plants using a lesser amount of water. The water consumption is even lower if you use plastic planters for indoor gardening. It is always better to plan ahead the size of a pot to be used based on how big the plant will eventually grow to be and how much water it would consume. If you’re growing vegetables, avoid using dark colored pots as they increase the heat of the soil and use pots that are long so the roots can grow deeper. If growing flowers and other decorative plants, match the size of the plant to the size of the pot to save space.

 Keeping it stylish

 Gardening can be a very rewarding experience and is just as much as an art as it is science. Plastic pots are better to grow decorative plants that are hanged or kept or a table due to the light weight and stylish designs. If you are artistic, there are a wide variety of plastic pots online designs to choose for your garden. Based on where you wish to set up your growing space you can choose from round, square or rectangular pots to make the best use of the space. Rail and hanging planters can be used to make your balcony attractive and use up every bit of available space efficiently for growing.

Trust basket plastic pots.

Trust basket offers an excellent quality range of plastic pots online. These Plastic Pots are offered in a variety of designs, shapes, sizes and colors. These plastic pots are made from superior quality raw material and are tested for their hardness, strength as well as durability. which add beauty to your garden by their elegant look and smooth finish. The minimum durability of our planters is 2 to 3 years, durability extends depending upon the maintenance of the planter. Trust Basket planters are UV treated so they can withstand direct sunlight, our planters are rust free so you can place them outside all over the year. All trust basket planters are given with drainage hole so the excess of water will flow out, Saucers given with our planters will avoid water flow out.
our planters are available in different size in terracotta colour which is used to grow all types of plants, these planters are suitable for both indoor and outdoor gardening with optimal durability.


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