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Our plastic garden pots are made of high quality PP, New PP and HDPE. These nursery plant pots are reusable. You can use these plastic planter pots in the greenhouse, indoors and outdoors. You can use plastic pots for plants to grow trees, flowers, vegetables, herbs etc.

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Can you reuse nursery pots?

Nursery pots are a great way to start seeds indoors. You can reuse plastic garden pots year after year. You should properly clean plastic nursery pots before reusing them.


Remove all soil from the inside of the plastic pots by tapping it on the ground or against a hard surface. Rinse the pot thoroughly with water from the hose or bucket until all dirt has been removed from inside and outside the pot.


Place your now-clean pot upside down on your work surface. Take an old rag or sponge and dip it in soapy water or use a mild detergent diluted in water. Wipe down all sides of your plastic flower pots until no more soap residue appears on the surface of your pot. You may have to rinse again if some soap remains.


Let your pot dry completely before storing it away for next season's planting season. It will take several hours. You can use them as planters for herbs or flowers. The holes on the bottom should be clear so that water does not collect in them.


You should add some soil amendments like composted manure or peat moss into plastic plant pots. Then, your plants will have enough nutrients as they grow bigger. Fill up with soil until there is about 1/2 inch left at the top of each pot (this step is optional).

What are the best containers for outdoor gardening?

If you’re looking for a great container garden, you have several options. The standard pots have different shapes and sizes. They range from large planters that can hold trees to small pots that can be placed on steps or patios.


In addition to their size, the materials that make up these pots can vary quite a bit. These are usually made of plastic or clay etc. You can consider purchasing metal or plastic containers with drainage holes") in the bottom. These allow excess water to drain away from the soil so it doesn't become too wet.


You can also use wooden planters for your outdoor garden. They’re very similar to wooden boxes except they have holes in them. This allows water to drain out easily when it rains or snows outside your home. They are larger than most other types of containers. They can hold more plants at once without having them compete for space with each other too much.


You can choose plastic gardening pots if you're looking for something sturdy. Plastic pots are easy to find and cheap. You can also transport plastic grow pots from place to place easily.


You can use metal pots as ornamental decorations or planters in larger gardens. Because they look nice with either natural or artificial plants inside them. You can also use them as functional containers when paired with plastic liners or soil mixes. This helps keep moisture levels consistent while still allowing excess water to drain away easily.


If the sun hits your outdoor area most of the day, look for plants that prefer full sun (six hours or more) every day. If shade is more common where you live, plant shade-tolerant varieties that will thrive under partial shade (three hours or less).


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