This is perfect for a person who is renting or has a tricky sunlight situation that requires plants to be moved to follow the sun, like me. Paired with the Olla there is not much to do and now I have seedlings popping out in all of my root pouches very happy. :)
Hi Natalie, that's perfect! Being able to shift the pots with the seasons, out of harm's way during storms and drowning rain or grow plants that can be placed in decorative outer containers makes these grow bags so extraordinary. Thank you for sharing!
It’s great, light weight, good size for home veggie project
Those fruit trees will be very happy in the grow bags!
This is a fantastic product. I bought the largest brown root pouches (2) for 2 citrus trees that had outgrown their respective pots and have underplanted these with various bulbs that are starting to shoot now. The pouches are a relatively inexpensive way to create true additional ‘raised’ garden beds or vegetable patches of substantial size a with ‘rugged’ organic beauty. Highly recommended in other words.
That's fantastic Andrea, thank you so much for your feedback! What a great garden you've set up there! Just a couple of pointers, I'd bury the Waterpot a little lower so that the shoulders are covered and for that size bag you may need another to cover the large space if the season is very dry, see how you go. Do remember to mulch too. It's already looking very pretty and those trees are going to do very well in there. Take a look at Urban Hills Grow Bag Gardens (in Arizona), their amazingly productive garden is made entirely of Root Pouch bags and beds, the possibilities are endless.
Top quality product . Best service .
Great customer service. Also, the product was shipped in a timely fashion and was as advertised.
Simple ordering, timely delivery, nurturing service. Overjoyed to be planting in range of sizes and experiment with natives and contain trees in our small yard. Move them around to suit flowering and season. WiN WiN Additional bundles of #12 bought to gift as chrissy hamper and spread the excitement to young and old. Planting still in progress for # per photo #8 (myoporium) #12 (grevillea firecracker, snowburst callistemon) #12 in pots (contain dwarf schefflera umbrella) #12 in pot (lettuce) and #39 (orange washington navel) #39 ('rubrum' native hibiscus red cottonwood, lemon myrtle, eucalyptus cinerea) # 95 luscious tristaniopsis laurina Front Drive and path to complete using # 95, #127 x3