[NAFEX] inexpensive tree pots?
Regina M. Kreger
regina at kreger.net
Sun Mar 4 08:58:41 EST 2007
Would the 30-gal grow bags from Peaceful Valley work, do you think?
They're taller than they are big around, though, which I suppose might
be good for tap-rooted pawpaws but wouldn't let roots spread out. They
have two versions:
One of these days I'm going to seal in my back screened porch and try
some tropicals, so I'll want a few better-looking and lasting pots too.
But for now, I'm thinking of 10-15 trees and the cost of planters is
just too much.
Regina M. Kreger wrote:
>Friends, I am ordering some fruit trees that I want to keep in
>containers for a while, so I can move them around the yard until I
>decide where I want them to stay. Some may not get in the ground for a
>while, as I also have some drainage issues I haven't figured out yet.
>Can anyone recommend a source for relatively inexpensive planters that
>would be big enough for young trees? The cheapest half-barrels I've
>found are still around $80 each, not counting shipping, and that's a
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