ADVANTAGES OF PLASTIC POTS
Heat and cool quickly so plant roots and microorganisms are not damaged as easily even when in a sunny location.
Generally have more drainage holes than terracotta, ceramic and concrete pots.
Easy to drill additional holes in base if needed as drainage holes are very important because Waterlogged soil can lead to root rot.
Lightweight, so suitable for balconies and decks where weight is a consideration.
Come in all shapes, colours and sizes, are made from a variety of different plastics and can be spray painted if desired.
For younger children, they may be a safer alternative to the standard breakable clay pot.
They keep the moisture in but don’t store any reserve themselves, unlike ceramics and terracotta.
Easy to Recycle by taking them to your local recycling centre.
Black Plastic pots are best for plants that need soil warmth as these pots heat up quickly and provide little insulation.
Useful for when visual appeal is a priority. Its gives an amazing look to your garden in low cost.
They are the one of the most preferred in India which can be seen in house, showroom, shopping malls, public plases and other places.
Plastic flower pots can be used to hang the pots outside a house in balcony.
Plastic flower pots are free from rot as it doesn’t absorbs water so it doesn’t rot.
Plastic flower pots are versatile in nature so you can use it for numerous purpose and places.
Easy to clean – just need a wipe down with a wet cloth or hose.
Lightweight – easy to transport and stack.
Come in a variety of sizes and depths so you can choose which best meets your particular needs.
Plastic pots are stronger and more flexible than clay pots.
There is also a wider range of styles available in plastic pots, and decorative plastic containers tend to be less expensive than ceramic pots.
Plastic pots are easier to clean and disinfect.
Clay pots tend to stain and develop salt deposits on the outside.