Orchid planter No. 5

UDUMBARA wild clay flowerpots Classic


Incl. VAT 24.00% 4 in stock
Product description

Wild clay planters are ideally suited for a plant's physiological needs. It is completely natural, porous, and has thermal properties that make it an asset to plants. The porous nature of clay means you cannot easily overwater plants, the roots can breathe, and the clay has excellent heat retention and repellent properties. All of this adds up to better plant care.

Part of their beauty is their tendency to beautify with age as they weather and absorb mineral salts from the soil. No 5 is done with 1 kg clay and the measurements are approximately w. 13 cm 13 cm. It will vary as I measure the ​only weight of the clay.

For drainage, the Orchid planter has drainage holes in the walls, allowing the water to douse the plant's roots without waterlogging.

Before planting anything new in a wild clay pot, you should presoak the planter. The porous nature of the clay tends to pull water from the soil. Soaking the pots in clean water overnight will prevent this.

Insert a bamboo stick into the soil; it can monitor the humidity in the pot.

UDUMBARA Helsinki Pottery studio