These thermoformed Sheet Pots are a great way to get your seedlings started. Thermoforming is an eco-friendly process that utilizes less plastic during production, thus saving on resources. Comes in 3” or 4” sizes, with 15 or 18 pots per sheet Engineered for hassle-free de-nesting
These thermoformed Sheet Pots are a great way to get your seedlings started. Thermoforming is an eco-friendly process that utilizes less plastic during production, thus saving on resources.
Comes in 3” or 4” sizes, with 15 or 18 pots per sheet
Engineered for hassle-free de-nesting
Individual cells separate easily from sheet
3" Sheet Pots compatible with 1020 Trays or 18 pocket - 3.5" Black Form Trays
4" Sheet Pots compatible with 15 pocket - 4.5" Black Form Trays
Volume Per Cell
26.06 cu. in.
14.44 fl oz
51.08 cu. in.
LTL Freight Type
Available for Drop Shipment
Item Tracking Code
Use of square pots
They are good for what I use them for to sell plants. The only thing I had to learn is to keep scissors handy when separating but other than that they are great and iinexpensive.
Good product and order turnaround was excellent.
Tear Too Easily
You get what you pay for. I love the pricing on these, but you have to be really carefully when tearing the pots apart or you will rip the actual pot. They could have been better perforated. It's a pain when you have a lot of seedlings to transplant.
I purchased these pots to tranplant plugs into. Paper thin plastic that will rip when you try to pull it apart. Have to use scissors which slows everything down
these are very good pots a little hard to separate because they are heavy weight
Easy to use
These containers work nicely for potting up to singles of plants. I would have liked a deeper product
These pots are way too flimsy, I doubt they will last more than one season. I certainly expected better quality
Quality is good. They can tear when separating them from one another if you are careless. But with a little attention to what you are doing, they come apart easily without damage. Good buy.
Useful packaging for greenhouse work. The bad thing about the sheets is you need a scissor to cut them apart because although the sheets are perforated, tearing them apart results in breakage.