About Coir Planters
Plants grown in coir pots undergo ‘aerial root pruning’ which promotes root distribution. When plants are grown in a coir pot, the roots quickly penetrate the pot walls. On coming in contact with the air, the roots stop growing and new root buds start to appear leading to secondary roots that start to develop throughout the pot.
These coir planters also provide nutrients like zinc, magnesium, copper, and iron, all beneficial to a plant’s growth. The porous nature of the pot prevents water-logging in the soil and minimizes the risk of root decay and mould formation while on the other hand, the coir itself holds onto some moisture so the drainage doesn’t occur too quickly.The soil doesn’t dry out completely, hence maintaining a soil-water balance. The lightweight of the pot makes it ideal for terrace gardening. Coir planters are very attractive in look. Coir planters can beautify your garden, balcony & patios office with their unique, colorful, easy to carry & long-lasting planters.