About clay Garden pots
Terracotta pots continue today as the most popular material for outdoor garden planters. Select the thicker, rather than the thin- walled planters, as they are more durable, stable and chip resistance. Terracotta planters are available in wide range of styles, sizes and shapes terracotta pots are porous so may require extra watering particularly in summer. Garden clay pots provide a healthy environment for most plants. Garden clay pots also act like a wick to remove excess moisture from the potting soil. This can be looked at as both an advantage and a disadvantage depending on your watering habits. Terracotta pots are relatively inexpensive and consequently an affordable and popular choice for gardeners. They can be used indoors and outdoors, and due to the material’s weight, they are unlikely to tip in strong winds.
Trust Basket Terracotta garden pots
Trust basket has a variety of clay garden pots which are suitable for both indoor and outdoor gardening. For indoor select decorative planters like thinking dog, snail, owl and etc which give an appealing look for your indoor garden. Our terracotta pots can be used to grow both veggies and flowers. For outdoor gardening choose our large planters like toad hippo elephant which are well suitable for outdoor gardening. Choosing a right place and plant to grow is also includes in gardening. Plants need minimum 3 to 4 hours of sunlight to grow healthily. Trust basket planters are given with drainage hole so the excess of water will flow out which avoids plant to rot from too much moisture. Trust basket clay garden pots come in many sizes, shapes, and are made from different material to suit their purpose. The type of garden pot you choose to will depend on the space you have available, your budget and ultimately the plants you need to put in them. Make an outdoor garden with our decorative clay pots.
Tips to select a Terracotta planter
select a decorative pot which gives a creative look for the garden. Choose a pot considering the size of the plant you wish to grow. If you select a small pot, plants will quickly become rootbound and also the soil will not be able to hold moisture. The plants which are dry out will not be productive. so select a suitable planter depending upon the growth of the plant better if you select a planter which is one-third as tall as the plant often works best. on the other hand, if your planter is too large, plants may take a long time for root development and yield will be less. According to us, shallow-rooted crops like lettuce, peppers, herbs and most annuals need a planter at least 6 inches in diameter with an 8-inch soil depth. Larger containers are perfect for growing tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, and most perennialsPots and planters are available in many different sizes, shapes, and materials. Whatever type of container you select, consider the area where it will be used and plan accordingly.