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Finding A Great Planter: What You Should Know

 

Planters can do a lot for the design scheme of your home. Regardless of whether you are planning to put them inside or outside, they are able to add a much needed splash of color to any space. However, there are so many planters on the market that it can be very difficult to figure out what you need and what will look the best in your home. To help you as you go through this process, we've put together a bit of information that should make buying a planter go much more smoothly.

 

1. Make Sure There's Room To Grow

 

You must carefully consider the planter's size before you purchase it, because you want to ensure that your plants have room to grow. If there is not enough space for the roots to spread out, the plant will likely die. In general, your planter should be about half the size of your fully grown plant. In addition, there should be plenty of space for soil, so that the roots can spread out as they please.

 

2. Look For Drainage Holes

 

If plants do not get enough oxygen to their roots, they will not be able to grow. Water, therefore, must be able to find its way out of the planter so that the roots do not experience any additional issues. Therefore, look for a planter that has several drainage holes. These holes will come in handy in a variety of situations, such as if you accidentally water the plants too much. If you can, get a wood planter. These drain better than other options on the market.

 

3. Think About The Weight

 

First, make sure you know what you want to do with your planter. If it is going to be on your deck or balcony, the weight is very important. If you pick something that is too heavy, you are going to have a hard time switching up its location. Obviously, weight does not matter as much if you plan to have your planter stay stationary, but some people enjoy changing the look of their space every now and then. Also, remember that the planter may feel okay to you initially, but you also have to consider how heavy it will be when there is soil and a plant in there.

 

4. Will It Last?

 

Good planters often have a high price tag. If you opt to go with a cheap product, you may wind up spending more over time to fix problems. Therefore, get something solid to start with so you don't have to worry about it.

 

Planters look great and they can help you keep your plants healthy. However, before you make a purchase, do your research to see what is out there.