Now that it is summer, my indoor plants have been growing like mad. Small succulents that I got from a neighbor are exploding out of their dishes. Two multi-decade plants are showing signs of being rootbound because they are growing so fast. This means I’ve been searching for awesome planters to re-pot my plants. Because several of my plants are actually trees, I have been looking for planters and pots that have more vertical surface area. This balances out the height of the trees and provides extra stability for the trunks.
Clockwise from top left: Tall Plant Stand with Bookcase | Raw Amethyst Planter | Low Cone Grey Planter | Black and White Textured Planters with Legs | Smokey Quartz Planter | Goddess Planter | Muted Ceramic Carved Planter | Blue Striated Planter | Green Goblet Planter | Marbled Planter
I will be working on getting my new awesome planters filled with the appropriate mix of potting soil, sand, and perlite, and hoping the shock of changing pots won’t cause too much of a stagnation in plant growth. If this is news to you, the more mature a plant is, the longer the plant will go dormant and cease growth during a shock. As always, repotting will cause shock to a plant, but for smaller house plants, it shouldn’t be too much of a detriment.
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