Root Pouch Fabric Grow Bag - 5 gallon

Looking to do some gardening this spring but not sure what containers to use? Root Pouch has the perfect solution - grow bags!

Root Pouch grow bags are made from natural fiber blends, ensuring that your plants are grown sustainably and healthy. The best part about these grow bags is the root pruning technology that offers optimal plant growth.

Unlike other pots and bags that air-prune, Root Pouch fabric pots entrap roots for a healthier plant.

So why not try out something new this gardening season with Root Pouch grow bags? Your plants will thank you!

  • These grey pots are a 250g/m2, natural fiber blend
  • Ideal for in-ground and above ground use
  • Fabric allows roots to breath
  • Creates dense, fibrous roots
  • Pots are washable and last for multiple seasons
  • Keeps plants warmer in winter & cooler in summer
  • Semi-degradable, 3-4 year fabric
  • BPA free and UV resistant
  • Can be used with drip systems, overheads & hydroponic flood trays
  • Handles make containers easy to move

What makes Root Pouch plant pots a more sustainable gardening option?

Root Pouch plant pots used reclaimed plastic bottles that would otherwise be sent to our landfills. This not only recycles old plastic, it prevents the need for new plastic to be created, which saves petroleum and fossil fuels from being used.

What makes Root Pouch plant pots a better choice for healthier plants?

Root Pouch plant pots are more breathable and water-efficient, encouraging a more fibrous, dense root structure and preventing roots from circling. They also provide superior insulation, protecting plants against winter cold and summer heat.

What are Root Pouch plant pots made of?

Root Pouch plant pots are made of PETE (polyethylene terephthalate) derived from plastic bottles. This material is melted back to its original sterile liquid state then spun into fibers that are mixed with recycled cotton fibers, which degrade harmlessly over time. The resulting geotextile is available in four versions, each with a different degradation schedule—from six months to six years.