Round Plastic Plant Pots


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Round Plastic Plant Pots – BLACK

Thicker, sturdier, round plastic plant pots, black:


“15cm” Round Pot: Bottom diameter: 10 cm, Height: 12 cm, Top diameter: 15 cm, Volume: 1.2 lt

“20cm” Round Pot: Bottom diameter: 13 cm, Height: 17 cm, Top diameter: 20 cm, Volume: 3 lt

“25cm” Round Pot: Bottom diameter: 17.5 cm, Height: 20 cm, Top diameter: 24 cm, Volume: 5.4 lt

“30cm” Round Pot: Bottom diameter: 20.5 cm, Height: 28 cm, Top diameter: 30 cm, Volume: 11 lt

“35cm” Round Pot: Bottom diameter: 24 cm, Height: 33 cm, Top diameter: 36.5 cm, Volume: 19 lt

Thinner, thermoformed, round plastic plant pots, black:

1.5L Thermoform Pot: Bottom diameter: 11 cm, Height: 13 cm, Top diameter: 14 cm, Volume: 1.5 lt

5L Thermoform Pot: Bottom diameter: 17.5 cm, Height: 17 cm, Top diameter: 21 cm, Volume: 5 lt


Match up your pots with the correctly sized round plant saucers by checking the diameters of the saucer and the pot bottom.


*All dimensions and appearances may vary slightly due to production runs and supply chain sources.


More on potting up:

Potting up plants is a crucial practice for ensuring healthy root development and overall plant vitality. When a plant outgrows its current container, its roots become cramped and restricted, hindering their ability to absorb nutrients and water efficiently. Transplanting into a larger pot provides the roots with ample space to spread out and establish a robust root system.

A well-developed root system is the foundation of a thriving plant. It anchors the plant securely in the soil, facilitating stability and resilience against adverse environmental conditions. Moreover, a healthy root system enables the plant to access essential nutrients, fostering optimal growth and foliage production.

Inadequate root space can lead to a condition known as “root-bound,” where the roots encircle the container and become bound upon themselves. This constriction restricts the plant’s ability to absorb nutrients and may eventually lead to stunted growth or even plant death.

When potting up, it’s important to select a container that provides ample room for root expansion. Additionally, using a high-quality, well-draining potting mix is crucial to prevent waterlogged soil, which can lead to root rot.

Regularly repotting plants, especially those with vigorous growth, ensures they have the space they need to flourish. It’s a simple yet essential practice for any gardener or plant enthusiast looking to cultivate healthy, vibrant greenery.