The Planters-online Blog - Informations around plants and pots

Plant pots are not only an asset to your garden and outdoor areas, but make a great impression indoors too. Plant and flower pots come in different materials, such as fibreglass, plastic and stainless steel, each of which has its own advantages. To make your purchasing decision easier, in our blog we have summarised all the important information and specifications of each material. If you have already chosen a plant pot, our blog has lots of tips and tricks for proper planting. You will also find several articles on the subject of home and garden decoration.

If you would like a special article about our plant pots or other topics, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our experienced editorial team is at your disposal.

 

Plant pots are not only an asset to your garden and outdoor areas, but make a great impression indoors too. Plant and flower pots come in different materials, such as fibreglass, plastic and... read more »
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The Planters-online Blog - Informations around plants and pots

Plant pots are not only an asset to your garden and outdoor areas, but make a great impression indoors too. Plant and flower pots come in different materials, such as fibreglass, plastic and stainless steel, each of which has its own advantages. To make your purchasing decision easier, in our blog we have summarised all the important information and specifications of each material. If you have already chosen a plant pot, our blog has lots of tips and tricks for proper planting. You will also find several articles on the subject of home and garden decoration.

If you would like a special article about our plant pots or other topics, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our experienced editorial team is at your disposal.

 

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Just because winter is almost here doesn’t mean you have to stop gardening. The seasoned gardener knows that there’s a special category of plants that thrive in winter conditions. So make room in those planters and dust off the garden hoes; it’s time to get planting.
Flower pots are a great way of providing variety to terraces and gardens - barren concrete is turned into a small, green oasis. Once set up and planted, owners can enjoy their plant pots for a long time, without having to do much more than occasionally water the plants. However, if pots remain waterlogging for a long time, or if the root ball becomes matted, they should be repotted immediately. This is the only way to prevent plants being damaged by rot. Repotting is also necessary if plants “outgrow” their pot.
In autumn, when the trees and shrubs have lost their leaves and flowers have long since disappeared, hardly anyone thinks about plant care. Most people have long since “winter-proofed” their gardens, pruned their hedges and shrubbery, and covered their delicate flowerbeds and plant pots with bark mulch or jute sacks - so winter can come and leave nature at a standstill, as if frozen.
It is still winter and the maintenance required for plants which normally sprout outside is still relatively low. Even those hardy crops that have remained outside the house are already cared for and wrapped up in jute sacks - except for minimal watering, they don’t need much care.
But when the holidays are long past and March rolls around, it’s time to start thinking about spring. It won’t be long now before the new gardening season begins. New plants are planted, bulbs are thinned, and hedges and trees come back to life.
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