Plant containers are no longer viewed merely from an utilitarian point of view. With so many options to choose from nowadays, today’s generation of plant-loving millennials are on the lookout for innovative pots and planters that complement their design aesthetic.

Everyone agrees that plants are an easy way to brighten up our living spaces and that the pots we use can add character to our homes. But pots are not merely decorative. They can also impact the overall health of our plants.

Want to give your plants the best care and nurture their growth? Here are some aspects to consider when selecting pots for your garden:


The size of a plant's pot can affect its growth. For instance, if a pot is too large for a plant, then not only will it dwarf the plant, it will also retain a lot of water which will ultimately harm the plant’s roots. Conversely, if a pot is too small for a plant, then the plant will become root-bound thereby hampering its growth. And too-small pots require frequent watering as the soil dries out faster. They also tend to tip over as they cannot counter-balance the weight of the plant.

Ideally, a pot should be large enough to hold a sufficient amount of soil and should provide enough room for a plant’s roots to grow unhindered. A simple rule of thumb is to match the size of the pot to the size of the plant i.e, small pots for small plants and big pots for big plants. Easy, right?


Plant pots come in a variety of materials, the most common of them being Micro Fiber,Plastic, terracotta and ceramic. While Micro Fiber planters are becoming popular in Outdoor Plants category, Ceramic pots are favourites when it comes to indoor plants.

  1. Plastic pots are inexpensive and come in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes. Since they are lightweight, it is easy to move them around. If you are the type of gardener who likes to constantly change the look and layout of your garden, then plastic pots might be the right choice for you.
  2. Terracotta pots are heavier and cost more than plastic pots. They are also fragile and can break easily if dropped. When watered, terracotta pots turn darker in colour. This makes it easier for gardeners to know when it is time to water their plants. Terracotta pots are porous and need to be watered frequently, especially in hot climates. As such, terracotta pots are good for plants that prefer drier soils such as succulents.
  3. Glazed ceramic pots are very attractive and are a good option for office and home plants. High temperature fired ceramic, handmade and glazed pots made from high quality clay to ensure durability and longevity. Suitable for Indian climate.Ideal for herbs, succulent, indoor and outdoor plants both real and artificial.A positive and eco-friendly gift Item for any nature or gardening enthusiast and hobbyist.
  4. Coir planters are made from coconut husk. These planters are lightweight and inexpensive. The walls of coir pots are permeable and plant roots are able to penetrate these walls. Because these pots are made of biodegradable material, they can be directly potted (along with the plant) either into the ground or into a larger planter. The coir pot will, in time, decompose and become a part of the soil. This helps avoid the problem of transplant shock in plants. Coir pots are often used for growing seedlings.
  5. Metal Planters Effortlessly elevate the aesthetics of any space, indoors and out, with our trendy metal planters. Available in a wide range of shapes, designs, and hues, these containers combine form and function, making them a brilliant choice for home or commercial settings. Use these planters to section off different seating areas, highlight an entryway, line a walkway, or simply add interest to an uninspiring corner.
  6. Micro Fiber Planters Our high-quality micro Fiber planters are in high demand due to their elegant appearance. When filled with natural plants, herbs, and flowers; it simply gets turned into a highly welcoming piece of decoration. In terms of water resistance, it holds the topmost rank. As it is manufactured by taking German polymer into usage, it may be considered for decorating your garden along with lawn area. If you are searching for a suitable item for places like balcony, front door and living area; then it is the best choice.
  7. Rail planters As the name implies, these planters can be hung from any kind of railing—staircase, window or balcony—and are good options for apartments. Hanging baskets are also suitable if space is a concern. These are well-suited for trailing plants.
  8. Grow Bags Our Smart Grow Bags are lightweight, root-boosting eco-friendly bags and are the easiest way to grow your garden.Simply unfold the bags & fill with soil, add your favorite plants, and watch your garden grow! Made of breathable fabric, these bags helps your plants grow stronger and healthier by providing more oxygen and naturally pruning roots to maximize growth.

Drainage holes

All too often, plants die because of excess watering. Even if you have the habit of overwatering your plants, then it is essential for all your plant pots to have drainage holes. This prevents the soil from getting waterlogged which would otherwise cause root rot and eventually kill your plant. Make sure to place a saucer beneath your pots to prevent any excess water from spilling onto your floor or furniture.

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