Frequently Asked Questions

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Designer Pots FAQ

Our entire range are made from the same core-materials, with only slight variations to create the perfect finish. Our recycled materials are used across all pots.

All our pots except for the hanging baskets come with a hole and plug.

Yes – the plug can be easily removed and later put back in if you desire.

Yes all our Designer Pots are Recyclable and can also be returned to us via our back to base program. All of our Designer Pots are also made from recycled materials.

Yes, all our pots are designed for both indoor and outdoor usage. Did you know our pot range is commonly used by luxury hotels along balconies en-mass due to their long-lasting nature?

Yes – compared to pots made from concrete, GRC, terracotta or similar materials they are very light-weight making them the perfect choice for balconies, roof top gardens, or spaces where you want to be able to move them around.

Designer Pots are made from recycled plastics and carefully blended resins. Single use plastics are becoming a global problem polluting the world’s oceans. One way to reduce the global problem is to turn them into luxury pots! Importantly though, you don’t want to be getting rid of pots because they date, crack or chip. Designer Pots are made to last not only physically but aesthetically though our commitment to timeless design.

Yes most certainly. When you order online you can enter your address and checkout – we will take care of the rest.

General Pot FAQ

Our entire range are made from the same core-materials, with only slight variations to create the perfect finish. Our recycled materials area used across all pots.

All our pots except for the hanging baskets come with a hole and plug.

Generally speaking we recommend filling the plant around ⅔ full, and to place some mulch or pebbles across the top for decoration but also to reduce drying out.
Every plant has different watering requirements, and would always recommend checking the exact needs of your plants. However, it is advisable to increase the watering frequency if the pot is in direct sun. The sun will cause the pot to dry up quicker so it is advisable to water more often.
Yes, most certainly. Our decorative pots are designed for outdoor and indoor usage. Our range of pots are perfect for indoors and outdoors.
Yes you most certainly can. We recommend a liquid fertilizer as it is easier to apply and will provide a most consistent coverage throughout the pot. Alternatively, you can place pellet fertilizer across the top of the pot.
Congratulations – your plant has now grown as a result of your loving care! We recommend when your plant has outgrown its pot to choose a pot that is at least 50% larger which will allow for enough room moving forward. To get your plant our we suggest using a knife and running it around the edge of the pot making sure that the plant root cluster is loosened from the pot. Once you have done this you can place the pot upside down and with a little shaking the plant and root cluster should easily come out.
Absolutely! Using a range of different sized pots outdoors within your garden not only increases the range of plants that will grow well, but it reduces the conflict between multiple plant’s root systems.
This is a great question and depends on the plant. We would recommend researching the plant you intend on growing. If the plant requires damp soil then keeping the plug in is a great idea. There are some plants such as cactus though that don’t like having the roots waterlogged so would suggest removing the plug.