Fabric Pots

Size: 5L
Sale price$3.00

Pickup available at 22 Hamersley Drive

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Why use Fabric Pots?

Fabric pots are fashioned of breathable fabric, as the name suggests.

We use fabric that is substantially thicker than most on the market (300gsm and 350gsm), which makes it more durable and less likely to lose moisture through moisture.

There are many benefits in using fabric pots over traditional styles of pot;

Air Pruning

Fabric pots promote both horizontal and vertical root growth, however unlike traditional plastic pots, they act as a "air pruner" once the roots have reached the wall.

When the root is "pot bound," it effectively stops growing and won't go around and around inside the pot.

Instead, the plants concentrate their energy on developing new feeder roots, resulting in a robust, thick root system.

Root Zone Aeration

Fabric pots enable air to flow freely from the outside through the pot wall and into the root zone.

Roots are able to breathe and healthy microorganisms can flourish because oxygen can enter the root zone from all directions.

Plastic and clay do not absorb heat well in direct sunshine, which heats the plant's root ball and makes it sweat and feel stressed.

Instead, similar to how evaporative cooling cools a building, the fabric's breathability efficiently cools the root ball.

Prevents Over Watering

All potted plants have a serious challenge with overwatering.

Fabric pots make it practically impossible to overwater because they enable free drainage through the sides and the bottom.

Great for Hydroponics

Fabric pots can either be top-watered or utilised in an ebb-and-flow system that allows nutrients to pass through the pot on all sides.


Fabric pots are just as portable and simple to move as regular pots.

The flat packing of fabric pots eliminates the need to manage bundles of plastic pots.

The larger sizes (15, 20, 25, 30, 40, & 50 Litre) have a wire rim that holds the pot on its own, holding the pot open so that adding media and other items is simpler.

350 g/m2 fabric thickness

The side entrance on the 5 and 10 Litre cloth pots is Velcro. This makes it simple to remove the plant for transplanting and to reuse the pot.

300 g/m2 fabric thickness

How do I care for fabric pots?

Fabric pots are relatively low-maintenance. Here are a few tips for caring for them:

  • Water your plants regularly: As mentioned above, fabric pots can dry out more quickly than traditional pots. Be sure to water your plants regularly, especially during hot weather.
  • Fertilize your plants as needed: Fabric pots do not retain nutrients as well as traditional pots. You may need to fertilize your plants more often.
  • Clean your pots regularly: If you use fabric pots for indoor gardening, you may need to clean them regularly to prevent mold and mildew growth.

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