Air Pot

Air Pot

In Stock
  • 1L - Black
  • 3L Orange
  • 6L Red
  • 9L Yellow
  • 12.5L Green
  • 20L Blue
  • 38L Black
Variation Name
1L - Black
3L Orange
6L Red
9L Yellow
12.5L Green
20L Blue
38L Black


1 litre- Diameter: 100mm Height: 145mm
Are used to grow rooted seedling or clones. It produces an extremely hardy young plant with a root structure that allows it to transplant much more effectively into larger pots.

3 litre- Diameter: 150mm Height: 235mm
These are mainly used in intensive hydroponic or coco systems. Plants can be grown up to 60cm tall.

6 litre- Diameter: 231mm Height: 235mm
These can be used for full term growth and bloom where space is an issue. They can also be used to keep mother plants when space is limited. Plants can be grown up to 90cm tall.

9 litre- Diameter: 230mm Height: 320mm
These are the most popular with soil growers. Plants can be grown up to 100cm. They are also used as long term containers for mother plants.

12.5 litre- Diameter: 306mm Height: 275mm
Trees and shrubs grown in the 12.5 litre for a season will make an instant impact when planted out into your garden.

20 litre- Diameter: 354mm Height: 315mm
After two or even three years in a 20 litre Air-Pot container, trees and shrubs are a substantial size and will establish in your garden instantly.

38 litre Air-Pots- Diameter: 428mm Height: 435mm

1ltr – 6ltr are supplied 1 screw per pot, larger sizes are 2 screws per pot.

Air Pots are the revolutionary method of growing tree's, shrubs and vegetables Crop Planter tower is been tested to give larger yeilds than traditional vegetable planters.  As the roots push their way through the holes they dry out and cause more root growth. This increased the amount of vegetables from your harvest and higher plant quality. Key Features of Air Pot Tender Crop Planters:

How Do Air-Pots Work: Air-Pots have unusual cuspated walls made up of closed inward pointing cones and open ended outward pointing cones. These are no flat surfaces which deflects the roots and start the smiralling process. The inward pointing cones direct the roots further outward to the open ended cones where, because the air density in the soil is too great, theroots dehydrate and are effectively prunes. The plant responds to this 'air pruning' by sendin gout more rots to compensate for the loss which leads to a dense root system with a vast number off active white tipped roots..