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Glass flowerpot W-329H H:20,5cm D:20cm
Glass flowerpot W-329H H:20,5cm D:20cm
Glass flowerpot W-329H H:20,5cm D:20cm
Glass flowerpot W-329H H:20,5cm D:20cm

Glass flowerpot W-329H H:20,5cm D:20cm

  • Glas flower pot, made from recycled glass in polish glass factory.
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Although when choosing pots we are guided mainly by practical considerations (size, presence of holes to drain excess water), there is a group of plants that has specific requirements for this vessel. One of these groups of plants are orchids, which need a lot of light for proper and impressive vegetation - not only reaching the leaves and inflorescence, but also the roots.

These flowers are most often sold in transparent plastic pots, which do not look very aesthetically pleasing, and due to the above-mentioned requirement for a lot of sun exposure to the roots, it is impossible to use a nice casing. Therefore, for this demanding plant, the best solution is a glass orchid pot, which not only looks aesthetically pleasing, but also meets all the requirements for proper cultivation of this plant.

Key features

  • High quality recycled glass,
  • Handmade in a Polish glass factory,
  • Ecological choice,
  • Solid and stable,
  • Universal figure,
  • Perfect for orchids and other tropical plants,
  • Matches any style.
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