Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 22
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Duke Super product
This serves our purpose of setting up a flower pot garden and it's size and configuration make it an ideal focal point.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by countrygirl13 Root pouch 200 gal planter
This breathable and recyclable Root pouch planter is easy to use although I did purchase 12 bags of top soil from Home Depot to fill it and could easily use 3 or 4 more bags. I have a smaller yard and do a lot of raised bed gardening and found the perfect spot for it between a lilac bush and a hydrangea bush that are growing in one section.
After putting the top soil in it, I turned the soil twice and added Vigaro Organic lawn and garden feed from Home Depot to it and worked that through. Today, Sunday, 01 September 2013 I planted red potatoes in it. In the spring I plan on using it for sweet potatoes.
I am pleased with it so far. The color does not really matter to me as when the hydrangea and lilac are blooming the black color will be a background color adding to the many other colors in the garden.
September 1, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mctanker101 Perfect diameter and height
I mixed 21 cubic feet of organic soil with 4 cubic feet of peat moss and one cubic foot of cow manure and my medium is about 1 inch from the top of the planter.
April 9, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Painters1953 Bulky but efficient
The overall size of the container is great and I love the circular size. I do think that even with root bases, the overall height is a little much but then one does not have to fill it entirely with planting material. I based this observation on the square foot plantiing method. Unitl spring we've set up the container to capture leaves and other mulching material which will be part of the planting base. I can't imagine this actually on a patio though. We discussed it's use in this manner and concluded that given the nature of this particular item, it would be too messy. Instead we are setting out a place in the yard with a fabric base to keep down weeds.
August 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HappyGardener Great product for my patio planting
This was the easiest to set up planter ever! I am using this root pouch to contain the dirt inside of my concrete patio area raised bed. It eliminates the staining on the concrete and helps raise the level of dirt I can put inside the raised bed.
I really like this combination and it has helped increase my yield significantly, which is going a long way towards making me self sufficient in growing my vegetables.
So far I have not seen any rot or deterioration, which is a definite plus.
December 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by NikkiDIY Perfect for small veggie/herb garden
The 200 gal. planter is a great size for a small garden - upright veggies and herbs can be easily reached from any position. Very easy to set up. The fact it is raised really helps with the weeds, and the breathable fabric doesn't hold excess water (we have had an abnormally wet spring, yet the plants are in good shape). I would suggest a larger size container for vine plants, so that there is enough room to keep the harvest from spilling over the sides and onto the ground.
June 13, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bakingmom Root Pouch 200 Gallon Planter
This planter is great for starting seedlings and is roomy enough to grow smaller plants like tomatoes. It is breathable and porous so plants are not overwatered when it rains. It's also very light and portable, so I was able to turn a sunny parking space into a cute little garden. It is also fits well under my garden cage. I can not wait until next spring to start my pumpkin patch, since I was able to place it in an area that has the right amount of sun and shelter.
September 3, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by austinlightpollution Good for water garden project
This is just what i need to add to a big pond project and i will plant a Giant Lotus plant in it This fabric container is sown not glued and this will add many years in the pond and its 200 gallon size will give the lotus the perfect space to grow large Lotus plant do not like to be choked up in small containers as seen on some website instructions for planting guides Photos of the pond project and this container coming soon still in the planning phase
July 30, 2013