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What is the Need for Pots and Planters?

Indoor plants have been shown to improve air quality, boost your mood, and help you focus. They can also purify the air of toxins and help reduce noise pollution. Plus, they're just so fresh and vibrant to look at! Pots and planters make adding plants to your home easy without worrying about them getting enough sunlight or water. Just make sure to choose a planter that matches the size and needs of the plant you're getting. Vibrant and elegant planters and pots make any space more well put together and beautify the home. First, ensure that your chosen plants will work well with your space. Suppose you have a large living room and a small kitchen. In that case, you could select a low-maintenance houseplant instead of an exotic ornamental vine. And if you're looking for a specific type of plant, be sure to choose one that fits your needs. Whether that means something that looks great in a sunny spot or can help purify the air in your space.

Different Types of Planters

Arcedior has a wide range of indoor planters to choose from, which will spruce up your home with the click of a button. 

Outdoors

Outdoor planters are mostly kept on the balcony, garden, entrance, and terrace. They can be of any size, big or small since outdoors have more space to accommodate them. To add more freshness to your home garden, you can have different planters like walls, railing, and flower pots. Weather-resistant planters and pots are usually preferred since they allow the plant to grow and thrive.  

Indoors

The size of the indoor pots and planters depends on the amount of space you have. They can be as small as desk planters or big to create a centerpiece in the room. There are many corners in the home that can get neglected. Placing a pot or planter there can bring it back to life and add more oxygen to your home.  

Hanging

If you are short on space but want to add more plant life to your home, hanging planters are the answer. They are generally lightweight since they need to be hanged. Using hanging planters, you can make a vertical garden or an entire wall of plants.  

Standing 

Pots and planters placed on the floor or surface are considered standing planters. They come in many different sizes and heights to create a balanced look. You can place beautiful flowers or useful herbs in them and put them in your kitchen or living room.

Different Materials Used for Pots and Planters

Pots and planters come in a wide variety that can be placed indoors and outdoors according to their specifications.  

Wooden Planters

Being made from natural materials, wood compliments the plants well. They do not cause hindrance to the well-being of the plant. Bamboo wood is very lightweight, which makes it ideal for hanging from the ceiling. Since wood is prone to rot, but with a coat of lacquer or other such materials, it can last for very long.  

Ceramic Planters

Similar to terracotta pots, ceramic planters are also made of baked clay. The only difference is that they are made from light-colored clay, which gives them a subtle hue. Unlike terracotta planters, they are mostly glazed, which makes them last longer. The glaze aids plants in retaining moisture and also prevents leakage.  

Metal Planters

Metal includes iron, zinc, aluminum, brass, copper, and steel. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages when it comes to planters. E.g., since iron is prone to rust, it is better to keep it indoors since it can rust faster outside. Metal is nonporous, so a hole must be in the bottom for the excess water to drain from the plant.  

Terracotta Planters

Terracotta is made from baked clay and has distinct red and brown colors. One of the most common planters, they have been used for centuries. Since they are porous and generally not glazed, which can cause them to wither over time. They are typically kept outdoors due to their durability and heaviness.  

Agate Planters

Agate is a semi-precious stone known for its healing qualities and calming effect. When agate combines with natural elements like a plant, its usefulness increases. Arcedior has a unique and vibrant collection of agate desk planters that are exquisite to look at while providing a hint of greenery wherever they are placed.

Cane Planters

Cane is made from a natural material tied like a string. Cane planters are excellent outdoors and indoors as they create a charming corner in the house. They are a sustainable method of planting. Their inner side is coated with latex-like material to retain water. 

Plastic Pots

They are the cheapest option but not the most environmentally friendly. Though they can withstand wear and tear caused by time, their color can wear off due to sunlight. They can sometimes look cheap if they are not good quality and unsuitable for growing edible plants. 

Benefits of Planters in any Space

There are innumerable benefits of planters that can modify any corner and bring fresh air into the home.

1. It is well-established that nature and greenery can fight stress. Since we live in concrete jungles with little greenery, adding pots and planters will create a harmonious environment.

2. Since plants soak in carbon dioxide and breathe oxygen, they can make the air cleaner. They can be seen as natural air purifiers that filter out the harmful particles in the air leaving behind a more breathable space.

3. Plants give off more oxygen in the air, which boosts brain function. This, in turn, helps to make the mind more productive and focused.

4. Putting plants in the bedroom can promote better sleep. This is because plants increase the oxygen level, which is known to make sleeping more peaceful.

5. Some studies show that keeping plants at home is linked to a less blocked nose since it absorbs the allergens in the air. This is particularly great for changing weather when cold and cough are high. 

How to choose the right Pots and Planter on Arcedior

With a plethora of designs and styles to choose from, Arcedior ranks above all else when it comes to choosing the best pots and planters. Whatever your preference, with our designer collection, you are sure to find the best for your home or office. 

The Right Size

Determine the space where you wish to place a planter or pot, then select its exact location. Based on that criteria, select the appropriate planter size that will suit that space's needs. Always ensure that the pot size is bigger than the plant to allow it to grow further. 

Material

Material plays a crucial role in determining the longevity of the plant. There are specific planters for both indoors and outdoors. Also, check that the material appeals to the overall decor of your home. 

Drainage

A plant will not thrive if there is no proper drainage. Always check if the planter or pot has adequate drainage, so they are balanced. Ceramic or terracotta planters are porous and allow drainage, though it is always advisable to have a drainage hole. Materials like metal are not porous and require a drainage hole. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. How can I choose the right plant pot?

It is easy to choose the right planter pot according to the size of your planter. If you have a small plant that will grow significantly, then pot it in a planter that is around 2 to 3 times larger than that. With this, your plant has room to grow and will be protected by its small size. Pots and planters should also be chosen according to their shape and material used. Some indoor planters have delicate material and cannot be placed outside. At the same time, planters that are suitable for outdoors will have solid and sturdy material.  

2. What tips for taking care of planter pots for outdoor gardening?

First and foremost, as a thumbnail, watering is crucial to maintain a plant. Regular watering can lead to optimal plant growth. It should be noted that overwatering can also be harmful to the plant’s health. So an adequate amount of water should be used for the plant. It would help if you watered them more frequently in summer than in winter. Choose the correct and well-nutritious soil for your plant, and make sure to add fertilizers from time to time. Besides artificial fertilizers, several fertilizers can be made using essential ingredients at home. Location matters greatly since fragile plants should not be kept in windy positions. Plants that require more sunlight should be placed in the sun. Deadheading is also essential, which means cutting out dead flowers and leaves for new ones to arrive faster. 

3. Are planters and pots the same?

No, pots and planters are different and are confused by many as the same. Pots are smaller in size and are generally made of earthenware. They also don't have a drainage hole for plants to release excess water. Planters can be of any material and come in many shapes and sizes. They have a drainage hole on their base and also have color options. If you still need clarification, imagine that you can cook your food in a pot; if the pot holds those criteria, then it is not a planter. Planters can be used outdoors since they are sturdy, but pots are fragile and can break under pressure.  

4. What are the three types of planters?

Mainly, a planter can be distinguished between ceramic planters, concrete planters, and wooden planters. Though there are other varieties of planters, like plastic planters, hanging planters, and glass planters. Each of these has its pros and cons. They are also used in different settings; some are even for other plants. Ceramic planters are the most liked since they are beautiful and made of clay. Hanging planters are gaining prominence since space is scarce in many flats, so they save space from decorating the balcony. 

5. What are the best garden pots?

The most popular garden pots are terracotta and ceramic. The best garden pots are those that fill each criterion. For some, ceramic and wooden are the go-to option. While some feel terracotta pots and plastic pots are the better options. It would help if you chose a pot according to the area, plant, climate, soil, and home decor. The metal will last very long if you want a sturdy garden pot. Wooden pots go well with the plants' earthy tone and rustic home decor style. Concrete is a suitable garden option if you live in a windy place since it will not topple over.  

6. Which is better, plastic or terracotta pots?

Terracotta pots are better since they are porous and allow oxygen and moisture to seep in and out. They have been used for centuries and are typically red-colored. Plastic pots come in many colours and do not let moisture or air escape. They can be good for soil that requires more water. Terracotta pots are used for drier soils. Plastic pots are not environment-friendly and are prone to breakage and tipping. On the other hand, terracotta pots are heavy and a bit more expensive than plastic pots.