Now with colors, you can step up your game at the next farmers market and find new ways to attract attention on social media. These colored grow bags won't fail to get you noticed in a crowd!
They aren’t just for the market grower though of course. Use these grow bags on your porch or back patio for healthy landscapes with a pop of color. Great for mixing and matching color schemes with your favorite flowers for striking views. (See color guide at bottom for ideas)
Perfect for tomatoes, flowers, herbs & more! Portability makes our fabric grow bags ideal for greenhouse and outdoor applications.
Durable fabric construction ensures multiple season use
Can be washed and easily stored
BPA- free, Food-Safe Material allows soil aeration for optimum root growth
Fabric pot has handles for easy transport
Fabric allows roots to breathe and grow healthier
Keeps plant warmer in winter and cooler in the summer
Prevents roots from circling and decreased risk of transplant shock
Fabric grow bags are designed to allow soil aeration for optimum root growth. Unlike clay or plastic, these pots stand up well to heavy harvests - you’ll find yourself using them for years to come. These 7 gallon grow bags will help your plants thrive throughout the year by providing the prime environment for the root system.
7 gallon fabric pots also provide plenty of space by air pruning the roots, which in turn offers water drainage through the soil and roots for sufficient water. They can be put to use in indoor and outdoor settings: hydroponic systems, soil, backyard patios, and even the traveling RV’er who still wishes to keep some plants on the road.
Fabric aeration pots are durable enough to last for multiple seasons of gardening while creating an oxygen healthy root system for the plant. How you may ask? It encourages “root pruning” rather than “root circling”, which you get from traditional plastic pots. Root circling causes girdling that restricts water transportation and leads to structural defects. When the roots reach the edge of a traditional pot, they keep looking for more room to grow. With fabric grow pots, when the roots reach the end of the pot they reach air – this cues the roots to stop growing and direct all their energy up top.
These fabric grow bags will last you multiple seasons under normal condition. When not in use, fabric grow bags fold flat for easy storage. Ideal for anyone that has limited growing space - because we all deserve to have fresh plants in our life, no matter what the lifestyle.
(Grow bag sizes and soil: approximate measurements if filled to the top.)
|5 gal||.66 cf||
or combination of smaller leafy greens.
|7 gal||.93 cf||
Tomato, peppers, eggplants, woody herbs like rosemaryor
Mix of food crops like a cocktail garden (Mint- lemon verbena-rosemary trailing-eucalyptus).
|10 gal||1.3 cf||
Long season root crops like garlic or onions, carrots and beets: large herbs or
small fruit trees, bay tree
|100 gal||10.3 cf||
Used in place of a raised bed box.
Root crops, large planting of leafy greens and lettuce
|200 gal||26 cf.||
Used in place of a raised bed box.
*same plants as 100gal.
To read more about the benefits of Grow Bags, check out our article Grow Bags vs. Plastic Pots
I am looking for a size, ( or two ). larger than this, something approximating an actual 5 gallon bucket. I see 'trade' gallons are not liquid gallons. Is there something larger ?
The 5 gallon (3.74 liquid) gallon bags are all we have for now. In a few weeks we are getting 7 gallon bags, which are exactly what you'd be looking for! Hope you will be back with us soon.
I'm looking for something like 25 gallon
We currently only have 5, 7 and 100 gallon. We will be adding 25 Gallon to our collection by mid June 2017. Thanks!
What type of growing medium works best for the 7-gal grow bags? I don’t have plans to supply drip this season so I anticipate water retention will be an issue. I’m wondering then if heavier soil will help or should I stay with potting mix?
You can either use a potting mix or compost. I would recommend adding vermiculite to your mix if your concerned with water retention, as this naturally helps retain moisture. You might need to experiment a little to see what works best in your situation and agricultural zone.
Do these need to be washed before using? And do you have washing instructions? Thanks.
These do not need to be washed before use. If you want to wash them, we recommend using warm soapy water and spraying with a dilution of hydrogen peroxide or vinegar and water to disinfect/santize.
How much soil do the 9x9x10 plastic planters hold? Can I use those for tomatoes?
You can use these for tomatoes. Its a very common use case. They hold just under a half a cubic foot.
Approximately how much growing medium/soils is needed per gallon of pot space?
Filling a 1-gallon plant pot takes 3 dry quarts of potting soil. So you'd need 21 dry quarts for a 7 gallon.
I am interested in your colored grow bags. Do they only come in one size, 7 gallons? Also, I see that the multi-color is out of stock. Does that mean that you are out of stock of a 10 pack of 5 different colors, or is there a grow bag that is, itself, multi colored? - When do you think you will be selling the bags in a multi colored pack again?
Hey there, we will be back in stock in just a few weeks! We only have the 7 gallon in colors. There are 2 of each color in each 10 pack.
What grow bag size is best for tomato plants and what size for peppers?
Any size from 3 gallon to 7 gallon works just fine. Mostly just a matter of preference by the grower.