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5 Gal. Nursery Trade Pots (4.02 Gal / 15.19 l) 10-Pack

  • Ideal for many types of soil or hydroponic growing media
  • Nursery ports are affordable and durable for a longer use
  • Features a raised rim design for easier handling
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Round plastic nursery pots are inexpensive and durable perfect for many types of soil or hydroponic growing media. The raised rim design allows easy handling and easy stack ability when not in use. Can be reused indefinitely. Please note that our pots are measured in trade Gal.. A Trade Gal. is a term used to denote the sizes of standard plant containers in horticultural industries. A trade Gal. is equal to approximately 0.71 U.S. liquid Gal..
  • Inexpensive and durable
  • Can be used with various types of soil or hydroponic growing media
  • Raised rim design allows easy handling and easy stack ability
  • Made from durable plastic and can be reused for many growing seasons
  • Dimensions for pot: 11-1/2 in. x 12 in. x 12 in.

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Container Height (in.)11.511.51112
Container Width (in.)1211.741011
MaterialPlasticPlasticFabricPlastic
Container Length (in.)12141012
Planter FeaturesDrainage Holes,TexturedDrainage Holes,Weather ResistantNo Additional FeaturesDrainage Holes
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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Height (in.)
11.5
Container Length (in.)
12
Container Width (in.)
12

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Container Volume (qts.)
28.7
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Material
Plastic
Package Quantity
10
Planter Features
Drainage Holes,Textured
Pots & Planters Type
Pots
Pots Product Type
Nursery Pots
Product Weight (lb.)
0.5
Returnable
30-Day
Style
Classic
Weight Capacity (lb.)
20

Questions & Answers

19Questions35Answers

Are these ok for mums?

Asked by Alicia September 25, 2020
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Answer

It depends on the size of the plants you want to use in them. Some pots are measured across the pot from side to side in inches and by volume in quarts and gallons. The 5 gallon pot is 12 inches across and would work if the plant you use has a large root ball. The plants pictured are in 8 " short pots and if I lived where they would survive over the winter, I would transplant them into larger pots. If you live where winters are warm, your mum would keep growing in the larger pot.

Can I use these to grow vegetables like tomatoes, Bell peppers , Clustered beans for one season?

Asked by sonu July 2, 2020
5
Answers

Yes. I have a container garden, and all the veggies are flourishing. They have plenty of soil to dig their roots into. Just be sure to fertilize so your plants get plenty of nourishment.

Is the strong, nauseating smell normal and safe? These pots smell like either burned plastic or cigarettes.

Asked by Dk May 16, 2020
2
Answers

Quit dropping your lit cigarettes into them.The smells will cease.

Are these bpa-free?

Asked by primrose April 24, 2020
1
Answer

Yes, these pots are food safe and BPA free.

what is the dimensions

Asked by murray April 6, 2020
1
Answer

The dimensions are 11-1/2" L x 12" W x 12" H.

How many cu feet of soil will fit in this??

Asked by DShiznit October 5, 2017
5
Answers

.53 cubic feet, 15 liters, 4 liquid gallons

This price is for a 10 pack of the pots. Is that right?

Asked by Sherry September 29, 2017
5
Answers

Yes! great value. I bought 2 (20 pots) last month for my young fruit trees

What kind of soil is recommended be used with these?

Asked by Citygarden May 20, 2017
5
Answers

Soil free, potting mix is best if you grow in containers as it drains much better.

Is this a good size planter for transplanting a bare root tree? I need something to hold new trees until they can be transplanted in the ground.

Asked by Lindsay September 20, 2016
5
Answers

for a short time,if tree is bushy or top heavy may blow over in gusty wind

can these be used to grow food

Asked by Me123 August 23, 2016
5
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I'm sure they can be used to grow food but with special attention to fertilization and water practices.

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Customer Reviews

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The Viagrow 5-gallon plastic nursery trade pots are exactly what I needed for my greenhouse garde...
The Viagrow 5-gallon plastic nursery trade pots are exactly what I needed for my greenhouse gardening projects. They are sturdy and provide good drainage for my vegetable plants raised in the greenhouse. The 5-gallon pots are perfect for growing tomatoes and peppers through maturity and harvesting. I also use them as planters for annual flowers along the edge of my outdoor deck rather than spending money on expensive decorative pots and, as a bonus, they can be re-used.
by Catamount
Viagrow manufactures plant pots to accommodate larger plant sizes. This is where I start with sm...
Viagrow manufactures plant pots to accommodate larger plant sizes. This is where I start with small trees before they go into the ground. Viagrow’s Five-gallon Plastic Nursery Trade Pots actually only holds 4.02 gallons but they are what's necessary for the storage or permanent container growth of bigger plants. I can't explain the labeling discrepancy on the bottom but I have used them to safely store larger plants and young trees for the last ten years. Larger plants do well inside and out in the appropriate size containers where they are less likely to become root bound. The larger soil mass in these larger pots will also require less frequent watering. Viagrow’s Five-Gallon Plastic Nursery Trade Pots are still light enough to be carefully moved from place to place or brought indoors if necessary for the winter. They are also strong enough to be cleaned and reused and they have adequate drainage with a big enough growing medium mass to absorb enough water for patio container gardening year around.
by Hank
Got some of these Viagrow 4.02 Gal. Plastic Nursery Trade Pots in the past. I need some more so I...
Got some of these Viagrow 4.02 Gal. Plastic Nursery Trade Pots in the past. I need some more so I can re-pot my plants from their 2 gallon pots. I got the 12 pack These work very well. I mixed together the Miracle-Gro Potting Soil Mix and the Miracle-Gro Moisture Control Potting Soil Mix, instead of all of one or the other. Much need room for the root bound plants. Most of all my plants are for the Butterflys and Hummingbirds. I wish the pots were a little shorter and more wider. Over all great Viagrow Trade Pots
by Artist
I got these four gallon pots in a 12 pack to use around the house. I not only use these pots to g...
I got these four gallon pots in a 12 pack to use around the house. I not only use these pots to grow plants but for a multiple projects around the home. I took two of the pots taped up the drain holes and use them them for sand and dirt and this is an easy way to transport them. Perfect to haul around when I pruning or cleaning the flower beds and use them for discards. Are very lightweight and easy to use, but are sturdy enough to hold up for a long time.
by Sparky1011
The VIAGROW 5 GAL. PLASTIC NURSERY TRADE POTS (4.02 GAL/15.22 L./924 CU IN. ) (12-PACK), BLACK de...
The VIAGROW 5 GAL. PLASTIC NURSERY TRADE POTS (4.02 GAL/15.22 L./924 CU IN. ) (12-PACK), BLACK definitely do what they are made for. I have a deck garden and look forward to adding more vegetables to the collection using these. They came all stacked up and secured with tape (that was really easy to remove without residue) and secured in a box. The manufacturer took good care in packaging, after inspecting all of them, I did not see any of them that were damaged. They are nice and stiff for good support, and the lip is nice for moving it around even after it is full of dirt and plants. I’m going to grow some potatoes in a few. Definitely recommend them.
by HomeDepotCustomer
As an avid gardener, I was happy to receive these viagrow pots. They're great for a container gar...
As an avid gardener, I was happy to receive these viagrow pots. They're great for a container garden or small area gardening. I normally re-use my plastic pots that come with the vegetables that I buy so before I got these I was wondering how thick they would be in comparison. It turns out, these viagrow pots feel 3 to 5 times thicker than the ones your veggies come in so I think they will last several years if cared for after each season. These pots are not rigid, but somewhat pliable, which is good. I've found rigid plastic is more likely to crack. The bottom of these pots have great drainage holes too (see pics) so no worry about rotting roots. The 5 gallon pots can grow a long list of vegetables like tomatoes, broccoli, cabbage, eggplant, and more than one lettuce per pot, etc. You can look up what each sized pot can grow before ordering. Because I had planted 3 tomatoes too close together, I transferred one to one of these 5 gallon pots and moved it to an empty area in the garden. (see pics) Being able to move your veggies, as needed, with container gardening is super convenient. I also like how you can start a tomato plant with just a little soil in the pot then add more soil as it grows to help develop more and deeper roots. You can do the same with potatoes. These pots are recyclable. They are made from recycled material, are bpa free and are food safe.
by Lisa
These five gallon pots are not decorative, just a good pot for growing larger plants or small dec...
These five gallon pots are not decorative, just a good pot for growing larger plants or small decorative trees. I started my tomato plants from seed in March, so they got pretty large before there was no more chance of frost. From their peat pots they went to one gallon nursery pots, and from there to the five gallon pots for their last week before planting outside.
by Dale
These are nice lightweight plastic pots for containing plants. They are not intended to be a per...
These are nice lightweight plastic pots for containing plants. They are not intended to be a permanent home for your plant outside of a regular pot; however, they work great as an insert for a planting pot of the same size. The industry callout size is 5-gallon. This does not mean the pot holds a full 5-gallons of potting soil. these pots hold a volume of just over 4-gallons of potting mix. The pots hold up well to allow your plant to reach a size that will minimumize transplant shock. These sizes are typically used for 2nd year perennials and shrubs. if you intend to reuse the pot after planting, it is recommended that you wash the pot clean with a diluted bleach solution. This will kill any algae or funguses that may have formed.
by mixerdude
Viagrow 5 Gal. Plastic Nursery Trade Pots (4.02 Gal/15.22 l./924 cu in. ) (12-Pack), Black Viagro...
Viagrow 5 Gal. Plastic Nursery Trade Pots (4.02 Gal/15.22 l./924 cu in. ) (12-Pack), Black Viagrow 4.02 actual Gallons Nursery Pots (12-Pack) (15.22 l) trade gallon. All Viagrow nursery pots are BPA free and food safe. Round plastic nursery pots are inexpensive and durable perfect for many types of soil or hydroponic growing media such as, coconut coir, vermiculite, perlite, topsoil, and many others. Color: Black. I frequently use these as inserts in my decorative planters. Make clean up easy and prep for winter is simple. Just remove the pot and store the planter.
by Debbie
These 4 gallon nursery pots come in a set of 24 pots that are actually 4.02 gallons and measure 1...
These 4 gallon nursery pots come in a set of 24 pots that are actually 4.02 gallons and measure 12” in top diameter and a height of 12” Each pot has 9 drainage holes in the bottom that are approximately 3/4” inch in diameter. These pots are very thin and weak. The plastic of these pots is very thin and wrinkles in your hand. along the rim of the pots. They would not stand up to even minimal use in nurseries, greenhouse or even home use because of the very thin plastic. The only good thing about them is the slit in the rim that allows for plant labels.
by K4zmb
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