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1 / How to choose a plant pot?

To choose a pot that meets your needs, several criteria must be taken into account. Here are our tips to help you showcase your plants and your interior. Plant size: The first thing to consider is the size of your plant. The bigger it is, the bigger your pot should be. This is not only to obtain a harmonious rendering, but also for the plant to develop properly. Consider repotting your plants every year. Choose the color of the pot: The color of the pot will depend mainly on that of your interior. If the colors of your interior are rather sober, you can add a touch of pep by choosing a pot of a strong color, such as yellow or red for example. If your interior is already very colorful, don't take any risks and bet on neutrality with white, black or beige. Choosing a suitable material: To help you choose the suitable material, here is some information on the different materials used for the design of plant pots. The terracotta pots have the advantage of being porous, which allows the roots to be in contact with the air; but these pots are very heavy and quite fragile. The plastic pots, very light and therefore very practical, smother the roots, and it is necessary to carry out regular repotting. As for the wooden pots, they will find their place in an interior with a Scandinavian atmosphere; if you want a wooden pot for your exterior, pay attention to its quality, oak is usually the strongest. Finally, ceramic pots offer a wide choice of models and colors; moreover, they are very elegant, and bring a romantic atmosphere. And why put a Garden gnome fuck ottmar horl in your garden?

2 / How to make a clay pot?

Clay pots have been around for millennia. Some types of clays present in the soil are waterproof, hence their use for making pots for plants. Start by kneading the clay, in order to warm it with your hands and to eliminate air bubbles; this will make it more flexible, and therefore easier to shape. Make a ball with the clay. It must be sufficiently humid. Then push your thumb down the middle to make a hole; the bottom should be about 5 mm thick. To make the walls of the pot, pinch the clay with your thumb still inside the hole and your index finger: push the clay upwards while gradually turning it. Do this until the pot is the shape you want. Smooth the surfaces of the pot, and let dry. All you have to do is paint it the way you want!

3 / How to wash terracotta pots?

To wash an earthenware pot, start with a large brush, and scrub hard enough to remove as much soil and dirt as possible. Be careful to clean your pot on a stable surface or directly on the ground; if it falls, there is a good chance it will break! In a sink or large container, pour water and white vinegar (75/25), and let your pot soak for 30 minutes. This technique will remove the white spots present on the pot; if they are still there, let soak longer. Finally, scrub the jars with soapy water and a sponge, rinse with clean water, and let dry.

4 / How to repot an indoor plant?

Repotting a plant consists of putting it in a larger pot with new potting soil. Repotting is done as the plant grows, to allow the roots to flourish. Repotting is done every year for a growing plant, and then every two or three years thereafter. The beginning of spring is an ideal time. To repot a plant, place at the bottom of the pot about 4 cm thick clay balls, and put a thin layer of potting soil on top. Then, take the plant out of its pot, and cut off the dead and damaged roots. Put it in the new pot, put more potting soil, and tamp down with your hands. Finally, water your plant generously.

5 / How to decorate a plant pot?

Want to personalize your jar? Here are some ideas! With paint: Using paint offers a wide choice of possibilities to decorate your pot. The most suitable pots are those made of terracotta; the acrylic paint hangs very well on it. You can even use slate paint to personalize your jar by writing little words on it as you wish! With a rope: This idea is ideal for a country look. Start by covering the entire pot with glue, using a gun. Then wrap a rope all around the pot. Simple, fast and effective ! With wood: Cut twigs of the same length with a saw, and secure them together with a string, so as to form a kind of miniature raft. Wrap the composition around the pot, securing it with a small cord; ideal for a nature style!

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