Esschert Design USA W4008 Secrets du Potager Paper Pot Maker
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- A clever tool for making seed pots from newspaper
- Set includes the paper pot press and instructions on how to prepare the pots
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|Item Dimensions||3.1 x 5 x 3.1 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||W4008|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds|
Our Secrets du Potager line is for those who are passionate about gardening, cooking and entertaining and have an eye for detail. Discover the potential of your garden and patio or create a kitchen garden with the help of our growing sets. Tend your plants with love and care and enjoy the fruits of your harvest. Experience the atmosphere and fragrances of your kitchen garden with our unique patio and table giftware. Tending your garden calls for passion and time. To help make your gardening easier, we offer you a series of practical utensils for cultivating and tending your kitchen garden and plants. You will love them and the work will be almost effortless. Growing your own plants, vegetables and herbs is a true delight. From tiny seeds, small plants quickly form and during these early stages, the seedlings require some special maintenance and care. A clever tool for making seed pots from newspaper, it's fun. Instead of traditional flower pots made of clay or plastic, you can also use homemade, small paper pots. In no time at all,you will be able to prepare a range of paper pots. When the time comes to plant the young seedlings outside, simply put them together with the paper pot in the ground. The newspaper rots away by itself. This set contains the paper pot press and instructions on how to produce the pots.
Top customer reviews
But it turns out, for me, it's worth it.
Why? If you want lots of small pots, these pots are easy to make, they hold together, and the base turns out level.
If you try to make small pots with a homemade device, they won't turn out this well.
But once your plant sprouts, you're got to transplant it. Keep that in mind.
If you want bigger pots, go to a hardware store and buy a short piece of PVC or ABS plastic pipe with something like a 2 1/2 inch diameter. Cut off a section about 6 inches long. That and that alone is all you need to make bigger pots.
For small pots, I use this wood device. For bigger pots, I use the PVC.
This will pay for itself 20 times over just this month. I'm very happy.
It is very easy to learn how to use, and would provide a fun gardening project for children.