Gallery: Packaging the Future: Biodegradable Planter Pots for Spring Ga...

 

Over the last decade there has been a dramatic increase in the availability of biodegradable plant pots, and I’m finding them everywhere from my beloved Gilbertie’s Herb Gardens (which sells locally grown, organic veggie seedlings and THE most gorgeous annuals and perennials) to the embarrassed-that-I-shop-there-occasionally Home Depot. If you have a green thumb, and want to avoid a heap of plastic where your garden is supposed to be, read on to check out some of the biodegradable pots that are available; and be sure to tell give your local nursery a thumbs-up if you notice they are using some of these options (consumer praise – and criticism – works!)

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  1. Biodegradable-Pots September 18, 2012 at 8:35 pm

    Great article, i am using the same pots pictured in your article – i have got mine from http://www.enviroarc.net Think they are great, and am very happy to be making my garden and surrounding environment more natural, and able to be cutting down on use of plastics.

    It only makes sense to be using natural and biodegradable stuff while one can, in your garden! So i buy biodegradable at every chance i can now.

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