Common Culture Round Fabric Charcoal Pot - 5 Gallon

Protect your plant investment by protecting its roots with high quality fabric pots. Super breathable fabric allows air in and excess water out to provide optimum air circulation and moisture control for happy and healthy plants. Looking to purchase a bulk quantity? Contact us for bulk pricing.

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Name Common Culture Round Fabric Charcoal Pot - 5 Gallon
Brand Common Culture
UPC 00810023870203
Dimensions 11 w x 10.25 h
Dimensions 5 Gallon
Color: Black
MSRP $2.99
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Common Culture introduces its newest product. High quality, affordable, fabric pots perfect for propagation, transplanting, pot in pot applications, direct to garden, hydroponics or just regular potting. Our black fabric pot is made of high quality 260g/m2 thickness fabric making it one of the best fabric pots on the market. It's also made from recycled materials and is fully biodegradable. Looking to purchase a bulk quantity? Contact us for bulk pricing.

Healthy Roots Create Healthy Plants

Common Culture fabric pots provide key points in protecting and nurturing delicate plant root zones.
  • prevent root circling
  • creates dense fibrous root structure
  • keeps roots cool
  • breathable fabric allows air in, lets excess water out

  • Biodegradable in Ground after 4-5 Years

    Transplanting into larger containers or gardens? Our Charcoal Fabric Pots are pots are biodegradable if placed in the ground or surrounded on both sides with soil, breaks down in 18 to 24 months. Easily transplant young plants without disturbing or cutting off delicate root tendrils. Imagine never having to cut apart a plastic pot or shake soil off a root ball again.

    What is Common Culture ?

    We source the top quality product in a given category and go direct to the source to make sure we can offer them at the most competitive prices possible. We don't choose the cheap stuff. We only source products that we ourselves as growers want to use.