Paper pot maker

Make your own recycled paper pots. A great gift for any gardener.

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Make your own recycled paper pots.

Use the press form and crimp strips of newspaper into plant pots.

you are making a difference:

  • Growing your own plants from seed is now even more cost effective and environmentally friendly. A great way to keep your gardening free from un-sightly plastic trays and pots.

features:

  • Seedlings can be left in the pots when planting out to avoid disturbing the roots, and the newspaper rots down in moist soil.
  • Made from certified sustainable beech.
  • Linseed oil finish.
  • Recycled packaging.
  • The storage tube supplied is also handy to keep any left-over newspaper strips for next time.

UK company. Made in England.

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By (Hurlstone Park, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (Paper pot maker) :
(5/5

No more plastic pots!

I've been having so much fun making newspaper pots with this gadget. Many of my seedlings are now in the garden bed and thriving as the pots break down. The paper pots are especially great for coriander and rocket. I'll be giving this to friends who love gardening and will also get one for my school, so the children can make their own sustainable seedling pots.

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By (SHELDON, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (Paper pot maker) :
(4/5

Heaps of fun for kids

Not great imo for going straight into the ground the paper is a bit too thick for a small plant to break through, but the kids love making the pots and once they've been on the window sill and after a few waters, the paper is broken down enough by the time the seed erupts to be perfect.

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By (Wesburn, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (Paper pot maker) :
(5/5

Great gift for gardeners

I've bought two of these as gifts and now I'm convinced to buy one for myself. It's really easy to use, the pots stay together well while the seed is growing, and the paper breaks down quickly with water.

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