Keep your aquatic plant soil with your aquatic plant instead of in your pond filter with Botanica Grower's Pots, Lotus Containers, and Water Lily Containers. Planting pots will also keep Koi and other root-eating fish away from the plants delicate roots. Use a clay loam or specially-designed aquatic planting soil in your plant containers for best results. Never use potting soil designed for terrestrial plants. Regularly fertilize plants for maximum growth and blooming. As the aquatic plants mature, split and/or re-pot the plants to keep them both growing and removing nutrients from the pond water.
- Grower's Pots are ideal for small marginal plants
- Water Lily Containers are ideal for hardy or tropical water lilies, since water lilies grow best when planted in large containers with lots of sunlight and food
- Lotus Containers are ideal for lotus plants and water lilies, as they are designed to contain the aggressive roots of lotus plants
- Plant containers have no holes
|GP85||Grower's Pots||8" Dia x 5" H||Small aquatic plant|
|BFN106||10" Dia x 6" H||Marginal aquatic plant, small water lily|
|12" Dia x 5" H||Small hardy plant, tropical water lily|
|WLC167||16" Dia x 7" H||Large hardy plant, tropical water lily|
|20" Dia x 6" H||Small lotus, water lily|
|LC2310||23" Dia x 10" H||Large lotus, water lily|
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