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Garden Growers 3.13-Inch Diameter Wood Pulp & Peat Seed Pots, 60-Pack

Last updated: February 1, 2022


These compostable planting pots are made from peat and wood pulp for a sustainable but effective solution. The material is breathable to help protect your plants as you’re moving them, and the pots themselves break down, becoming soil as your plant grows and thrives. Each pot is 3⅛ inches in diameter and you’ll get 60 in one set.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This set of 60 pots comes with labels to let you label your seedlings to make it easy to see types, dates and care requirements.

In our analysis, the Garden Growers Garden Growers 3.13-Inch Diameter Wood Pulp & Peat Seed Pots, 60-Pack placed 4th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

NATURAL SEED STARTER POTS: Jumpstart garden season when you start seedlings in our compostable planting pots! Made with natural peat and wood pulp, they promote healthy root development with their absorbent and breathable properties. MINIMIZE TRANSPLANT SHOCK: Using breathable seed pots may help prevent transfer shock and harm to your plants. Unlike clay nursery pots, our pots break-down and become part of the soil allowing plants to grow healthy. IDEAL SIZE FOR GARDENING: 3” high and 3-⅛” in diameter. The ideal size for starting an array of fruits, vegetables, flowers and herbs. They can be trimmed at ground level or have their bottoms cut away during planting to expedite root growth. 60 COUNT PLANTING POTS: Included are 60 – 3 Inch Earth-friendly nursery pots. Designed to help you grow your favorite plants in your home or nursery, and then transplant them after the last frost for a longer growing season. 10 BONUS PLANT LABELS: Easily identify your seedlings! Note your varieties, start dates, lighting and water requirements.

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