So Why Do Plant Containers Have Drain Holes?
You’ve got a lovely container, and you want to put a plant in it. But if that container doesn’t have drainage holes, you’ll end up with a dead plant.
Gary Bachman, Extension horticulture specialist, explains why drainage holes are a requirement.
Video by Jonathan Parrish
If you have a decorative pot you love, you can still use it. Just drill some holes in it first.
Subirrigated containers can take the guess work out of watering.
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