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Plant Pots Wholesale Winnipeg, Factory Price, Free Samples, Fast Delivery! We are a plastic nursery pots wholesale supplier with 20 years of manufacturing experience. We have a 35,000 square metres workshop area, serving customers worldwide. We can ship plastic flower pots to Winnipeg.


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

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Color, shape, sizes and logo can be customized to meet your small and large plant pots requirement. If you want your own Private Label, please send us the label or logo you want to print on the plastic planter pots, and we will proof for you.


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How long can plants stay in nursery pots before planting?

Every plant has its own requirements for the best time to transplant. You should grow most plants within two weeks. But some plants may wait a few weeks or months. You should wait until after the last frost. Some varieties may need extra protection from freezing temperatures during this time.


You can grow the plants asap if you live in a warm climate and want your plants to grow quickly. You should plant small annuals like marigolds, impatiens and petunias as soon as you can. These plants have a shallow root system and will not suffer from transplanting.


Cacti and succulents do well when you transplant them year-round. Because they have thickened stems that make them less susceptible to breakage than other plants. However, if you want to overwinter them indoors, you should wait until after their natural dormancy period has passed. So they can establish new roots before being moved again.


Tender perennials don't go into dormancy periods like cacti and succulents do. For example, peonies or wisteria. Plants with extensive root systems usually do well if you allow sufficient time for the roots to grow into the soil before transplant.

What are the best planters for cold weather?

Ceramic planters have drainage holes which allow water to flow through the bottom. This prevents root diseases like root rot from taking hold. This is especially important if your area is prone to freezing temperatures or heavy snowfalls.


Some plants are heat-lovers. They need hot sun and lots of water to thrive. These include basil, peppers and tomatoes. If you live in a cold climate and want to grow these plants in containers, you can try using an unheated greenhouse or conservatory. Or get an early start on them indoors before moving them outside later in the season.


Other plants may be sensitive to frost. If you live in an area where there is considerable risk of frost during the growing season (zones 5b through 8), these plants probably won't survive long outside. Even if they appear fairly hardy when purchased at the nursery. So you should protect them from cold weather.


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