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Best Planters for Your Gardening Needs

Self-Watering
Self-Watering

For people who get busy or travel during summer, self-watering containers are a reliable helper. These planters come with a built-in base that collects water and stores it for later. When the plant needs watering, its roots reach down into the reserves.

Clay
Clay

What’s so great about clay terra cotta pots? Clay pots small or large allow the soil to receive ample oxygen for plant growth. Clay pots are porous, allowing the flow of moisture in and out. They balance the temperature for healthier plant growth. You could also try containers made of polyclay, a blend of natural stone and minerals that provide the look of cast stone.

Size
Size

Does the size of your planter really matter? Yes. Your plants need enough space for root growth. When you choose your container, just find one big enough for the type of plants you intend to grow. You can even try growing in a simple Homer bucket, which gives plants deep root space for growing all season long.