Tall, narrow design is great for budding, grafting, and starting larger seedlings. Treepots are engineered to create deep, healthy root systems. Vertical training ribs keep roots from spiraling and the slotted base allows for necessary drainage. Size Specifications Treepot Name Diameter (in.) Height
Tall, narrow design is great for budding, grafting, and starting larger seedlings. Treepots are engineered to create deep, healthy root systems. Vertical training ribs keep roots from spiraling and the slotted base allows for necessary drainage.
No. of Treepots Tray Holds
15 3/4" square x 7 1/2" tall
15 3/4" square x 7 1/2" tall
13" square x 10" tall
13" square x 10" tall
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The pots are great! The tray has holes
The pots are great! They are deep and allow the roots to grow downward. The bottom of each pot has three large holes so they can drain well. I would up putting some pine needles in the bottom of each pot so that the dirt won't come out the bottom. The tray for the pots holds them very well. The bottom of the tray is perforated and water will come out the bottom. They don't have a standard sized tray that will hold water underneath.
Good product, good price, fast delivery
Just what I was looking for, a pot to plant nuts into. Wonderful and quick service.
Great products sturdy trays, the pots are a great size for my seedlings
half-gallon milk cartons were recommended by the seed nut donator for growing out the seedlings. Having none I found the 4 x14 pots at MegaGreenhouse. The pots are working out great. I constructed a frame out of half inch plywood to set the pots in. I had 12 nuts, 10 have pushed up a sprout as I write this. I plan on setting the pots out in about 3 weeks after danger of frost. Pots seem sturdy, I should be able to use them several times.
Does The Job
The pots are a bit thinner than expected, but they work fine. The trays are very substantial, and should last for years.
exactly what I expected
These pots are perfect for my tree seedlings- encouraging deep root growth. Quality seems good, as new. So far so good
Treepots exactly as described
The pots fit 16 in the box. They are heavy-duty and easy to fill.
Kinda flimsy but do the job nicely
Items showed up quickly and safe. Pots were exactly as advertised. Filled the bill! Happy I bought here! Thank you.
Great For Moving Around Tree Pots
Great tray for moving around my 4x9 tree pots...and it is a very manageable size for moving pots and staging multiple pots.
Great Tree Seedling Pots
I use these posts for the rare Araucaria species of trees...the pots provide just the right amount of area/volume for the tree seedlings roots to grow. I hope these posts will still be available in the future because I will be buying more as needed.
These are perfect for planting Blue and Live Oak acorns which generate seedlings with very long tap roots.
These are great pots for starting fig tree cuttings. Its deep enought that if you over water by accident the cutting will stay out of it. And you wont uppot for awhile. Only downside is the uneven bottom kinda feel like your forced to buy the trays. Some frugal thinking and you can make your own holders. All in all they are great.
Perfect Square Pot
These are perfect for my application!
Tree pots are durable and efficient way to nurture seedlings until season, weather and time permit permanent location.
Poor Old Country Likes there
Planted a large quanity tree seedlings with long tap roots but only a few hair roods in 4' x 14 TreePots so I could keep a close watch until a better root ball develops.
Perfect size ,both 4x4 and 14 deep, 9 fit in plastic milk crate perfectly
Cheapest place to buy
Excellent and fast shipping. Using them to start some cedar trees
Extra Tall Pots for Seedlings and Cuttings
I purchased these for cuttings and was very pleased with the quality of them. They're extra tall for cuttings or for potting up seedling trees and shrubs. They're also thick enough that I should be able to use for a few years.
4x14 tree pots
Absolutely the best pots I have ever found for tree seedlings, durable construction. The carriers are essential, makes for easy moving.
tree pot crates
lightweight, yet well constructed. makes easy work of 9 treepots,
LOVE THESE POTS
Ordered these for oak tree sprouts. Working great. Since I ordered the full case I used a 5 ft kiddy pool as the tray to hold them all and assist in watering. Trees are growing great.
This Tree Pot is such a good size and value that we are now converting the entire planting stock to this unique size...Great Root Development!
your pots are awesome in diameter and length. using for my Bonsai plants for longer roots
I am using the pots to grow vegies out of.I transplant seedlings from 18oz.solo cups it gives more room for root growth then standard 4x4 pots. Liked them so I much I bough a full case
4x12 tree pots
Good quality pots for long tap rooted trees like pawpaws.
These tree pots are sturdy and deep enough for long rooted trees like pawpaws. They will require support since they won't stand upright long. I use a large plastic storage container with holes in the bottom for drainage.
tree pots rock
I start a lot of trees from seed and they do great in these pots, especially those with long tap roots. Easily transferred to the ground in 2 years with abundant roots. The trays are an essential accessory.
Yes, this tray does hold 4 deep root pots, but it does not hold them straight up and down which leads to uneven leaching of water through the root zone.
Great quality and size, but do not stand up straight on their own without outside support. The trays help, but do not level out the pots within causing uneven watering.
Perfect pots for starting seedlings with a tap root. But the pots must be in a frame to keep them from falling over due to the small base of the pot.
These pots are great. We are growning insence cedar, coast redwood and giant sequoa from seedlings. nice and deep.
required to hold pots up and square
nice inexpensive and let water out
plastic tree pots
Good quality plastic should last for multiple uses. Perfect size for starting trees from cuttings and getting good deep root growth before transplanting.
very good for growing small trees.
These pots are great! Finally a way to grow nuts trees for resale or until you decide where to put them. Obviously with the small width and tall profile you'll need to pack mulch around them, or build a simple support out of pvc pipe. Well worth it to have 6ft walnut trees whereas everyone else has seedlings.
These pots work great
I'm using these pots for chestnuts and walnuts and they seem to be the correct size and shape to allow growth until the trees are ready for orchard planting. They fit well in the tray.
Not great Pots
I was looking for deeper pots to start my tomato plants in. It takes until mid May to plant here in Rhode Island. So I start very early indoors and then use a small greenhouse. I like the 9 depth, but These pots are unable to stand up by themselves due to the plastic mold shape on bottoms. tapered bottoms make them smaller. Very large drain holes let soil out. Had to block them with cloth. Too late to find new ones.
so far so good - sturdy enough, holes in the bottom are quite large, had to put screen across to keep everything from falling out. I wish there was a drip tray that contained the water however. These are probably meant for a greenhouse or outdoors where the leaking water would be less of a concern. I cant' find anything that fits just right beneath them to contain the water. Other than that, they are good for what they are intended for.
Won't stand on their own, provided base leaks
I would have loved to have tried some of these, but not only will they not stand on their own, as noted by another reviewer - you can't even find anything on this site to put under the base that comes with them to keep them from leaking all over the place every time you water. In a greenhouse that may be fine - though I think its pretty clear that not standing on their own is a problem for greenhouse growers as well - but leaking makes them totally unsuitable for use on my plant shelves. I have murraya koenigii trees that I had planned to try in some of these pots vs some shallower pots to see if the deeper rooting would help them - but the holder leaks and there is no tray on this site anywhere close to the correct size to fit my shelves and not waste a crapton of space. My shelves are sized to fit 4 1020 flats per shelf. There are no trays on this site that these containers will fit into that would allow me to put more than 2 1020 flats in addition to one of these containers and maybe a handful of loose pots. That's a lot of wasted space.I don't understand why the manufacturer chose to ignore the dimensions of standard size flats, but it was a bad choice for both commercial and home growers alike.Like I said - big, big disappointment. If I buy these at all, it'll be the only time I ever buy them and I'll only buy the one set, because they are not configured to fit into a standard flat. Heck, even a double-size standard flat would work - I could fit pots and paks around the Treepot base.But to get these into a standard flat, I'd have to rig something to hold them up, which does not exactly enthuse me.Putting off this order while I hunt around for something else, somewhere else. Its a good idea; I'd like to try it. But they need to fit in a standard flat. Maybe somebody else was smart enough to make something similar that DOES.
Won't stand on its own.
I really like the dimensions of this pot, and had hoped to use several thousand of them at my production facility. Although once I actually received them I found out that with the way the molding is done the pot won't stand up by itself.
Just what my moringas needed. Thanks
Tree sprouting Containers.
These are super nice, strong, and priced right.
Great product, nicely priced.
grow better clematis
deeper is better for growing out small clematis to get them to garden ready size.
After putting seedlings in them, growth is great, better than putting in 3 gallons or larger or smaller. Love them , wish I had found them sooner
Will work well for the intended use. Very heavy and a bit tippy when full.
deep pots = lots o roots
Start my tomatoes in March, Transplant in April = huge root ball in May. Hopefully they will last...