01 Sep '11, 9am

Plants in Bio-degradeable Pots At Long Last!

Plants in Bio-degradeable Pots At Long Last!

Plants in Bio-degradeable Pots At Long Last! Photo: B. Alter One of the most annoying aspects of gardening is the left-over black plastic pots that no gardening centre will take back and no recycling or garbage collections will pick up. They accumulate until finally...well, we all have our secrets about how we get rid of them. The really great thing about The Hairy Pot Plant Company is the pots. They are made out of coconut husks, ready to be placed right into the ground. No more horrible, non-recyclable plastic pots. Hurray! View the entire comment thread.

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