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At the top of the containers there are two or more rows of cones with no holes in them. This is so that the water does not leak out when watering. It is also essential that the container is filled to the top with well-compacted compost that goes right to the tip of the cones.

Please make sure you watch the how to use video on the Air-Pot homepage.

The exceptional root structure of your plants in Air-Pot containers means that they will absorb more water as they grow faster.

Unlike normal plant pots, compost should be compacted in Air-Pot containers – this compaction will stop the compost from falling out. There is no danger of the compost becoming anaerobic due to the holes in the pot wall and very good drainage.

Please make sure you watch the how-to use video on the Air-Pot homepage.

Seed trays, Prop, and #1 containers have 1 fixing.

#2, #3, and #5 containers have 2 fixings.

#7, #12, and potato towers have 3 fixings.

Yes! It is very important that the container is put together correctly. If it is upside down, inside out or the base is in the wrong place it will not work properly and you will not get the full benefits.

Please make sure you watch the how-to use video on the Air-Pot homepage.

Almost any plant will grow better in Air-Pot containers. The only exceptions are some bamboos and plants with aerial roots.

You can start off in either a seed tray or a Prop pot and when the seedling is well-established move it on to a #1 pot. It should be happy here for the rest of it’s first year. We would then recommend moving it to a #5 or #7 container where it can stay for another one or two seasons before planting.

For larger trees that will live permanently in a container, you can build your own size of container from Air-Pot wall up to 32 inches high.

Plants can be started off in either seed trays or Prop pots. They can then be potted on to their final size without any intermediate potting up. For example, a Tomato plant will happily go from a seed tray to a #5 pot and stay there for the whole season.

For greenhouse crops we recommend either #2 or #5 containers – depending on the type of plant and the space available.

Smaller chili plants do well in a #1 container.

Please visit our Air-Pot gardener blog where you can hear about Alex’s experiences of growing a wide range of different plants in various sizes of Air-Pot containers.

Garden blog