2 Pack Plant Grow Bags Heavy Duty Thickened Nonwoven Black Plant Fabric Pots Reinforced Handles
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About Our Extra Reinforced Grow BagsI have been growing in grow bags for 8 years now . My biggest problem by far come from bags tearing when moving. Either the handles rip out or the bag tears at the top rim where there is not any stitching. Now for the good news! When I decided to sell my own grow bags I searched until I found a factory who could make a bag that would improve on what is being sold in the market today. Our new bags have thicker fabric than the industry standard, extra handle material on both inside and outside of the bag (15 gallon and up) for extra strength, and stitching on all material edges. These new improvements are a must for anyone who is going to move the bigger Grow bags, Especially second season and beyond.
Sturdy fabric: our bags have thicker material than most of the bags sold and I have not found any that are thicker. Our bags get thicker, the larger they get (see our chart below). Built from thickened, non-woven fabric. This material is strong yet permeable to air and water, allowing for optimal root zone aeration and water penetration.
No BPA: Our grow bags are BPA-free, environmentally friendly, and designed to help you get straight to growing your plants in a moveable, rich growing medium.
Permeable: The material is designed to be moderately permeable, allowing some water to pass through, but protecting roots from root rot.
Excellent drainage: The fabric means that the pots do not retain excess water allowing the roots to breathe whilst still holding plenty of moisture.
Extremely durable: Durable reinforced handles through superior stitching and hardy materials that make them easy to handle and resistant to puncture.
Portability: Made from heavy recycled fabric, our larger bags have extra material adding reinforcement along the handles, and are also double stitched. They have been designed to allow you to move your plants easily and safely.
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Material: Made from 100% environmentally friendly recycled material. Our thickened no woven fabric is resistant to punctures and thus easier to move around. Their extra stitching and quality of the material ensure they do not become waterlogged and are perfect for placement on patios and along borders.
Design: Enables root pruning and automatic drainage because of the unique vertically perforated material that eliminates circling roots, allowing for easy watering and root oxygenation.
Move and Storage: Can be used to easily and safely relocate potted plants, or to conveniently store them during the winter. Heavy-duty handles help to support the weight of the pot when filled with soil and water. A must-have for families, nurseries, and landscapers.
Advantage: Completely better way to grow your plants. Our revolutionary grow bags are inexpensive, designed for optimum root development, and have many benefits over other grow bags and traditional pots or soil.
Warranty: All our grow bags are 100% guaranteed for 3 years which means that you can be confident in the durability and quality of the product.
- Name: Planter Grow bags.
- Material: High Quality Felt.
- Structure: Prevents roots circling and air-prunes plant's root structure.
- Warmer & Cooler: Keeps plant warmer in winter and cooler in the summer.
- Feature: Super durable & reusable; Comes with 3- Year warranty.
Grow Bags Size Table:
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1 Gallon Grow Bags
1 gallon grow bags are best suited to small herbs and succulents, because they don’t need a lot of space or water. Using these small growbags for herbs and succulents rather than just planting them directly into the ground will help you maintain the quality of the soil and maintain water levels too.
The ideal herbs to plant in 1 gallon grow bags include basil, thyne, rosemary, mint, cilantro, chives, and basil. In terms of succulents, you could grow anything from aloe vera and jade plant to string pf pearls of echeveria.
2 Gallon Grow Bags
2 gallon grow bags are also considered very small growbags, and they can also be used for herbs and succulents in the same way 1 gallon growbags can. The difference is that you could either plant multiple herbs or succulents in one growbag, or, you could grow a variety of small vegetables too. This includes things like arugula, lettuce, radishes, kale, and green onions.
3 Gallon Grow Bags
3 gallon grow bags aren’t too different from 2 gallon growbags – they can handle pretty much the same types of plants. They’re just better for taking more of them, if you’d like to fit more of the same plants into one bag.
5 Gallon Grow Bags
If you’re looking for medium-sized growbags, 5 gallon volume is a good one to go with. It’s suitable for a variety of both herbs and vegetables.
A 5 gallon grow bag would be great for herbs such as turmeric, ginger, and lemongrass. And, if you’re looking to grow veggies, you can grow things like okra, potatoes, broccoli, eggplant, cabbage, peppers, beans, and cucumbers.
7 Gallon Grow Bags
Again, there isn’t a huge difference between the 5 and 7 gallon growbags – they can hold pretty much the same types of plants – it’s more about how many of each they can handle. So, if you’re looking to plant things like cabbage, peppers, beans, and so on, you’d get away with having more in one bag. However, the space difference is massive, so, for instance, if you were planting potatoes, you’d pretty much only be able to plant one extra (three versus two) compared to a 5 gallon.
10 Gallon Grow Bags and 15 Gallon Grow Bags
If you’re looking for a large growbag, the 10 gallon growbags are where the large growbags start – and from here on out, they get a whole lot bigger. The 10 and 15 gallon bags are great for potatoes, sweet potatoes, and tomatoes.
As we said, potatoes can be grown in growbags as small as two gallons, but if you want to plant multiple plants in one bag – like up to four potatoes – then starting off on the small side of the large category is a great idea.
30, 40 and 50 Gallon Grow Bags
We’re well into the category of large growbags now, and there are plenty of different vegetables, fruits, flowers, and more you can plant in growbags ranging from 30 to 50 gallons, because they’re fairly similar in overall volume. This includes flowering plants, root vegetables (like carrots and radishes), strawberries, small fruit trees, egg plants, potatoes, tomatoes, and peppers.
The difference between them, however, whether you’re using 30 gallon growbags or 40 gallon growbags, for instance, normally comes down to how many of the same plant you want in a single growbags, as well as how much space you have in your garden.
100 Gallon Grow Bags
Taking a big jump from 50, 100 gallon grow bags are pretty substantial and they’re actually suitable for a fairly wide range of plants. This includes large vegetables like eggplants, tomatoes, peppers, corn, squash, pumpkins, and artichokes, as well as plenty of berries, lettuce, and corn. It’s also the ideal size for fairly small trees, like citrus or apple.
200 Gallon Grow Bags
Last but not least, 200 gallon growbags are the biggest of the lot, and you need some serious space in your garden to be able to use these comfortably. They’re ideal for large vegetables, berries, and perennial flowers, much like some of the smaller grow bags. However, they’re also able to be sued for corn (as a containerized corn crop), for small berry orchards, grapes, bushes, shrubs, and even large fruit trees.
Final Thoughts on Different Types of Growbags
Deciding on the size of the appropriate growbag for your garden and for your needs depends on many factors, including the size of your garden, exactly what you’re growing, the climate, and so much more.
So, no matter what you’re planning on growing in your garden, there’s sure to be an appropriately sized and shaped growbag for you here at The Bamboo Guy.