Maximize Growth, Minimize Waste
Large containers are great for balled and burlapped trees, large shrubs, conifers, living Christmas trees, shade trees, and container gardening. The rim and bottom of the containers is wax permeated for added durability.
Extra large containers are designed to work with spade diggers, allowing for easy maintenance and display of large balled and burlapped stock as well as ornamentals. These containers are fully wax permeated for long lasting strength and are ideal for large conifers, specimen, and fruit and nut trees. Only available in bulk.
All containers are fiber molded, meaning they are made of recycled material, biodegradable, and usually decompose in about a year's time. This significantly minimizes waste production and also allows them to be planted directly into the soil.
Their durable, yet breathable design lets air and moisture through to the soil and plant roots, while the various available sizes are great for a multitude of applications.
|19 1/2" x 12 3/8"||9.9||37.5|
|19 7/8" x 15 5/8"||12.15||46|
|22" x 11 5/8"||12.15||46|
Excellent pots - sturdy and substantial, and reasonably priced. Received in great condition, due to careful packing.
Ilove these pots. They dare very helpful to me.
I could not be happier with the quality and durability of my Western Pulp Large Containers!
So far, my tomato plants are doing well in these pots. I've used the pots before as well and had no problems. I was able to use them for two seasons before the pots had begun to decompose at the end of the second season. I'm getting older and growing plants in large pots is easier. These are fairly economical and serve my needs well.
The great size of these flexible pots will make a wonderful addition to my "Backdoor" Garden. Having herbs, vegetables and garden greens outside the kitchen is great. The depth of these pots are prefect for my Blueberry Bush and my Tomatoes.
These are just what I was looking for, perfect containers for peppers they grow like wildfire in them.
The pulp containers are great for planting vegetables. They don't heat up like plastic and are lighter weight than wood or ceramic as well as less expensive. I only wish they lasted more than 2 years, but that is our only complaint.
These fiber container are great to grow stuff in. They are cheap, light weight, and have a natural look that fits in well in my garden. They do dry out a little faster than my whiskey barrels as they breath more and I live in a hot,dry, climate. I would recommend them highly.
I purchased a case of the 22x16 pots to start my bare root fruit trees in. These pots are of excellent quality and shipping was speedy! I'm so happy to have this site while searching on Goggle. Thanks for having what I needed