Ceramic Planter (Pot)
Indoor plants are a major part of any home decor theme. Ceramic planters and pots have become very important. They support plant health and also improve the attraction of your home. We have a wide variety of premium quality ceramic planter pots for indoor/outdoor plants in all shapes and sizes to suit your requirements.
Fine-textured clay and glazed to give a smooth and rich finish. Thus these ceramic flower pots and planters enjoy a high appeal, especially in India. More so, ceramic flower pots can be either put outdoors on the balcony, verandah or even indoors. This becomes one of the key reasons for the popularity of ceramic pots, utility and aesthetics together.
Ceramic pots add a delicate touch and provide a lot of vibrancy with these solid colours and beautiful textures. Fill it with a lush green plant and place it on your garden table or in your sunroom.
Why Use Ceramic Pots In Your Garden?
We all know how helpful houseplants can be to us, to keep our air purifiers. But it is equally important to keep the soil of these houseplants healthy as well. There is always an ongoing debate on what kind of pots to use for keeping plants. The discussion with respect to plastic versus ceramic planters is long-standing. A few nursery workers love plastic pots, others will just utilize earthenware or mud. Each sort has favourable circumstances and inconveniences, and houseplants live longer when their individual needs are met. Ceramic is a decent all-around decision; however, the best pot for keeping houseplants solid to a great extent relies upon the plant’s dampness needs and how frequently you water.
Here are a few advantages of using ceramic pots
- Ceramic pots additionally called unglazed mud, permit air and water development through the sides of the pot.
- Air development animates root development, which results in more advantageous plants.
- This likewise implies plants in ceramic pots require more water than plants in plastic pots.
- Coated fired pots don’t dry out as fast, yet confine air trade. Like ceramic pots, plastic pots don’t permit air trade and hold dampness longer.
- The diverse loads and thicknesses of ceramic and plastic pots can be either a favourable position or an inconvenience, contingent upon what you look like at it.
- Ceramic pots are heavier than plastic, and more averse to tipping over. Yet, this additionally makes them harder to move them on the off chance that they’re huge.
- Ceramic pots have thicker dividers than plastic.
- In the event that the houseplants are moved outside whenever during the year, the thick ceramic pot goes about as protection for the roots to secure against temperature changes.
- Ceramic pots should have drainage holes and thereby help the plant thrive better.
- Pot diameter is something important that one should consider. The size of the pot determines how well it can grow.