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Monday, July 18, 2011

Wonder Pot Review

Many of you may not have the space, soil, or time to have a full bountiful garden each year. I understand that it is harder if you live in an urban area or have an extremely busy schedule. But, you can still have a few delicious veggies, herbs or beautiful flowers of your own by using the Wonder Pot.

The Wonder Pot is a wonderful indoor/outdoor gardening container that you can use to grow any variety of plants.

What makes it different than a ceramic pot? Well, the Wonder Pot is a lightweight, fabric alternative to heavy, breakable ceramic pots. Besides being lightweight, they are durable, economical, mold and mildew
resistant, portable, re-useable and made in the U.S.A. I love that all!

These pots are so easy to use. They come folded up. All you do is unfold them, and they turn into a wonderful container for you to use however you would like. We decided to use them to grow lettuce on our porch. We used up all the space in our garden, and we are planning on trying to have a little porch greenhouse this winter, so the Wonder Pot is perfect for that. Our lettuce is already growing great and looks very healthy!

I love that the Wonder Pot is lightweight, made of a non-biodegradable, non-water-absorbent, reflective fabric that keeps plant roots cooler than other pots. The fabric is breathable, as well as mold and mildew resistant, creating an envelope of aerated, sterile soil around the plants. It is so awesome! They each have this convenient little pocket on the side that you can use to store the seed packet, so you always have the information you need to know about that plant. One thing I will mention is that you do need to water your plants a little more than normal with the Wonder Pot.

Wonder Pots are available in a variety of sizes, so whether you want to go big or small, they have one to fit your needs. You can order your own Wonder Pots here. They are extremely affordable and work great!

*I was provided product to review, and I was under no obligation to review if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.*


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