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Recycled Fabric Containers
Recycled Fabric Containers
Recycled Fabric Containers


 
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Container gardening made easy! We love these fabric containers for their durability, ease of handling and extraordinary capacity to grow abundant plants. Made of recycled bottles, they come in four sizes and two colors to grow herbs, tomatoes, ginger and so much more.

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fabric pots

3 pots @ 3 gal - navy blue [ $13.99]
3 pots @ 3 gal - boxer green [ $13.99]
3 pots @ 3 gal - forest green [ $13.99]
3 pots @ 3 gal - red [ $13.99]
3 pots @ 3 gal- grey [ $13.99]
3 pots @ 5 gal- boxer green [ $19.99]
3 pots @ 5 gal - red [ $19.99]
3 pots @ 5 gal - navy blue [ $19.99]
3 pots @ 5 gal- forest green [ $19.99]
3 pots @ 5 gal- grey [ $19.99]
2 pots @ 10 gal- navy blue [ $19.99]
2 pots @ 10 gal - red [ $18.99]
2 pots @ 10 gal - forest green [ $18.99]
2 pots @ 10 gal- grey [ $19.99]
2 pots @ 15 gal- boxer green [ $22.99]
2 pots @ 15 gal - navy blue [ $22.99]
2 pots @ 15 gal - grey [ $22.99]
2 pots @ 15 gal- red [ $22.99]

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Recycled Fabric Containers Container gardening made easy! We love these fabric containers for their durability, ease of handling and extraordinary capacity to grow abundant plants. Made of recycled bottles, they come in four sizes and two colors to grow herbs, tomatoes, raspberries and everything in between. For heat-loving tomatoes, ginger, dahlias and zucchini, forest green containers will absorb more heat while the red containers are better for lettuces, carrots and other crops that don't prefer the extra heat.

Here's what we grow in each size:


⭐️ 10 Gallons ⭐️ bush and pole beans, dwarf tomatoes, peppers, peanuts, broccoli, bush cucumbers, eggplant, bush sunflowers, dwarf dahlias (plus anything in smaller containers)

⭐️ 15 Gallons ⭐️ tomatoes, zucchini, ginger, winter squash, melons, cucumbers, potatoes, semi-dwarf and full-size dahlias, sunflowers (plus anything in smaller containers)

Pro Tip: One of the keys to container gardening is this: Bigger is better and more is more! Which is to say, the bigger containers will grow healthier plants over the course of the season and don't skimp on the soil. Pull out the stops so your plants will never be stressed for the finite nutrients they have access to. Amend your soil first thing with Fruition's Organic Fertilizer Blend for sustained fertility all season long. We use our Organic
Fish & Kelp Emulsion every two weeks to boost their abundance that much more. We share step-by-step instructions with gorgeous video tutorials in our 8 Keys of Container Gardening Mini-Course !
Why We Love Recycled Fabric Containers

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