When visitors come over, I often get asked where my stylish fabric plant pouches are from.
They are displayed in our living room, dining room and under our alfresco area. I’m a big fan of pouches.
Here’s a few reasons why they are more desirable than a ceramic pot.
- They are easy to slip over an existing pot plant = less messy
- More variety in colours and patterns to suit the interior of a home
- Much cheaper
- Won’t break if knocked over
- Can be cleaned/washed
- Easy to transport around
To protect a planter pouch, insert a saucer to catch water. This prevents the bottom of the pouch from getting wet and going mouldy.
Most planter pouches are waterproof inside, or are made from a fast drying material like canvas.
From experience, white planter pouches show dirt more, where as the canvas and colourful patterned pouches disguise watermarks.
I have a few fabric plant pouches around my home and have mainly bought them from Miss Pots Pouches or homeware stores. Miss Pots no longer makes pouches.
As a result of the changing economic climate, plant pouches can be a little harder to find than ceramic planters. Here is a list of places to purchase fabric plant pouches.
Here are six places to try for fabric plant pouches
There are various stores on Etsy that also sell hand made plant pouches. Kmart and Target can sometimes bring out pouches, however they do sell out quickly.
Where do you get your fabric plant pouches from? Or do you prefer plant pots for your indoor plants?
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