Looking for rectangular pots to glamorize your entrance? At Ugaoo, we have a sea of options lined for you to select a perfect rectangular container for your garden. These rectangular pots for plants will save a lot of space in your garden and also be easier for you to maintain. You can rearrange them in any way you please and add to the aesthetic feel of your terrace or balcony.
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Porosity, Drainage and Weight. Also, for a great look use bold shapes for both plants and pots, keep the color contrast minimal. Buy meticulously crafted rectangular containers online from Ugaoo.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
What plants can be grown in rectangular pots?
Rectangular pots are great for all kinds of plants, mainly annuals, perennials, flower bulbs, vines and creepers, vegetables, and a variety of herbs. These pots provide ample space for the roots to grow and the plants to produce. However, make sure that you group the plants judiciously and select the ones that have similar requirements of watering and sunlight.
Where do you drill holes in rectangle planters?
Like all planters, round, square, or rectangle, the holes should be drilled on the bottom and evenly spaced. This ensures proper drainage and protects the roots from rotting.
What do you line planter boxes with?
Line your rectangular planters with a thin sheet of plastic all along. Choose a good quality plastic that does not harm your plants. Make drainage holes in both the planter as well as the plastic in the same spot to allow the excess water to escape. The process of lining the planter will protect it from constant watering and drainage.
What can I put in bottom of large planter?
Large rectangular plant pots are beautiful to look at but the inside is not the same as the outside. The entire planter is not supposed to be filled with soil. It will add unnecessary weight and prevent proper drainage. You can use discarded items like plastic bottles, metal cans, styrofoam sheets, boxes, stones, and pebbles on the bottom layer of your planter. Then cover it up and add the potting soil mix. You can add your choice of plants afterward and appreciate your work.