Flower Pots and Planting Pots – Make Your Apartment Bloom
Flowers are more than garden decorations. They are creat for embellishing your interior as well. However, given the large selection, it is difficult to make the right choice. What's good for my flowers? How do I style them? What is the best care? – All of these questions must be answered. Here you will find some useful tips regarding planters and planting pots.
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What is the Best Material?
Ceramic and stone: Ceramic pots are especially good for thirsty plants. The pots are characterised by a low loss of water. Ceramics are extremely robust and durable, which makes them an excellent material for outdoor flower tubs.
Plastic: Plastic planting pots are easy to transport due to their light weight. Therefore, they are ideal for heavy and large indoor plants. Furthermore, plastic is transformable. It can be shaped and coloured in many ways. They are less advisable for outdoor use as they are not so isolating. The Pot by Bloom combines classic design with inventiveness. It turns plants into eye-catchers. In addition to its traditional planting function, the pot has a lighting function.
Terracotta: Terracotta pots are inviting with their good ventilation for flower soil. An advantage that becomes a disadvantage on warm summer days. Soil in terracotta pots quickly dries out. Therefore, always make sure that you water your flowers sufficiently. High-quality baked terracotta flower tubs are frost-resistant and weatherproof. Their natural appearance makes them an ideal garden decoration.
Round, Square or Elongated – What Height and Shape is Best for your Planter?
A high, elongated cylinder is the most common form of flower pot. This is due to the fact that it gives plants and flowers sufficient space for their roots and thus prevents top-heaviness. For flat plants, a round, bulbous vessel is best. Nonetheless, you should keep in mind that this can make repotting into a pot with a larger diameter more difficult.
The Hydro Pot – Self-Sufficience
Flowers and petals need care. In everyday life, you don't always have enough time to care for your plants. The Hydro Herb Pot by Eva Solo facilitates watering. It has a water storage on the bottom of the pot that you only need to fill twice a week. Other days, the plants are watered automatically. They draw water from the reservoir through the "hydro thread". The glazed Orchid Pot by Eva Solo is similar. It also has a water reservoir on the inside that can be refilled through a hole on the outside of the pot.
Everything is Upside Down – Hanging Plant Bowls and Planters
The Sky Planter by Boskke defies laws of gravity. The plat pot hangs from the ceiling and the plants grow downward. Additionally, the Sky Planter saves water. The Slo-Flo watering technology supplies the plant with liquid continuously, but nothing flows away or evaporates. The Urban Garden Plant Bags by Authentics are not upside down but look great as a planter set.
Want to embellishing your garden or balcone instead? In the category outdoor planting pots, you can find a large selection of flower tubs, garden planting pots and jardinieres. You can find exciting information about "window gardening" in a post on our home design blog.