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Grassroots Living Soil Pots

Grassroots Living Soil Pots

Regular price $8.80 USD
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Traditional fabric pots drain and dry from all sides. This can cause uneven drainage and dry pockets,  and require more frequent watering. Grassroots provides an innovative approach to fabric grow bags with our Living Soil Fabric Pots. Featuring a waterproof liner and bottom aeration strip, Living Soil Fabric Pots recreate the top-down drying pattern that is found in nature. This ensures optimum moisture retention, eliminates dry pockets, and helps to cultivate essential microbes.  

Fabric Pot Features

Breathable Fabric

Provides better aeration and air pruning for healthier roots. Allows the plant’s root systems to share space and nutrients. 

Sturdy Construction

Double-stitched bottom seam on the outside to extend product lifespan. All fabric containers 30 gallons or more are triple hemmed for added durability.

Ultimate Convenience

Lightweight material is easy to move, machine washable, and folds small for storage.

Reliable Materials

Handcrafted with an American-made polypropylene and high-performance bonded thread for mold and mildew resistance. All materials are environmentally friendly and chemically stable. They’re also free of BPA and heavy metals.

Benefits of Living Soil Fabric Pots & Beds

Reduced Water & Energy Use

By preventing drainage and drying from the sides of the container, Grassroots Living Soil Fabric Pots and Beds lengthen the wet-to-dry soil cycle. That means less water usage and lower humidity indoors. 

Even Moisture + Drainage

Traditional fabric containers drain from all sides, which can cause dry pockets. Grassroots Living Soil Fabric Pots and Beds direct water downward, ensuring even distribution throughout. 

Improved Aeration

The 4” aeration strip prevents roots from circling the bottom of the container by allowing air to circulate from below. Grassroots Living Soil Fabric Pots and Beds also encourage soil to dry from the top down, mimicking the way soil dries in nature.

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