Stackable Growing Pots
Stackable pots are the best way to maximize vertical growing space.
One square foot of traditional garden space can support just one or two plants, but stacking pots on top of one other allows more plants to be grown in the same space!
The 4L stackable hydroponic growing pots form the core of the system and are designed and manufactured under license from Verti-Gro, Inc.™ in the U.S. They are made from polystyrene and lock into each other to form a sturdy, tight fit on the center column. Each pot contains drainage holes that allow nutrient water to percolate the system and flow back to the reservoir using nothing else but gravity.
Stackable growing pots are great for growing strawberries, herbs, succulents, flowers, and more in a small amount of space. The planter design has water reservoirs on each layer. With this planter, you will not need to worry about over-watering your plants
The pots have been carefully engineered to protect the plant’s gentle stems by reducing the pressure points that cause stem breakage. The pot has a ’rounded’ lip along the entire top edge, which is designed to be gentle on your plant’s stems and leaves. The rounded edge gently supports a plant when it hangs over the lip. A broken stem is a point of entry for harmful bacteria, so the rounded edge on the Quad Pot is another defense against disease.
WHY WE LOVE THIS PRODUCT:
- Easy to maintain & harvest.
- No bending or kneeling.
- Keeps plants off the ground & protected them from critters and bugs.
- Uses less water & fertilizer.
- Easy to set up, just stack and grow!
- Grow almost anything!
- Lightweight but durable & nest together for easy, compact storage.
- Looks neat and beautiful!
TIP: They can be painted with an acrylic paint finish. Adding a wonderful splash of color to your garden system.
Note: sold individually (R30/pot)
WHAT IS HYDROPONICS:
Hydroponics is the growing of plants in nutrient solutions, with or without sand, gravel, or other inert media, to provide mechanical support to the plant. All the plant’s nutrition is supplied by water-soluble nutrients in place of the soil.