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Grow Bag Non-Woven 56L - 5 Pack

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Ditch single-use plastic planter bags with this pack of 5 reusable, recyclable, 56L non-woven fabric grow bags.

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Product overview

Ditch single-use plastic planter bags with this pack of 5 reusable, recyclable, 56L non-woven fabric grow bags.

These felt-like, sustainable fabric grow bags are reusable & allow for great aeration so your plants will not suffer from heat build-up or overwatering. Made with porous fabric that air-prunes plant roots, resulting in a robust and healthy root system.

Traditional pots block 80% of air ventilation leading to weaker and circled root systems. With the combination of air root pruning creating a better root structure and the aeration of the root zone, your plants can reach their full potential, in an eco friendly pot.

These grow bags are made from a double layer felt fabric that is non-woven and BPA free. This felt provides a safe growing medium that is PH neutral, and non-reactive.

• Fabric Grow Bag 56L - 5 Pack
• PH neutral
• Non-reactive
• No heat build up
• Prevents overwatering
• Promotes healthy root systems
• 1 Year Trade Tested Warranty

Size: W 43cm x D 43cm x H 38cm
Material: Felt

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Questions and answers

2 votes
Do these stop roots being invasive to nearby structures? Pathways/buildings/fences etc? Can you put them in the ground?
Yes to both!
By Trade Tested on September 09 2020
2 votes
How long do they last please. What is the UV rating?
They will last a few seasons, they don't have a UV rating.
By Trade Tested on September 06 2020
1 vote
Looking for pots to grown tomatoes in a greenhouse. Are these reccommended?
Yes these would be suitable.
By Trade Tested on April 26 2022
1 vote
Could you use these to sit inside large pots to allow easy manoeuvring?
Yes you can.
By Trade Tested on October 04 2021
0 votes
What is the felt made from?
The felt is made from polyester.
By Trade Tested on July 27 2022

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Good size for starting fruit trees

These bags are strong enough to get young fruit trees started for the 1st two or three years and then dig a hole half the depth of the bag for permanent positioning, lay the tree on its side and cut the bottom out of the bag, there place the tree still in the bag into the pre-dug hole. Finished. All fertilizer, weeding etc, is still contained inside the bag and the roots will start to grow down though the bottom.

Jacki Bay of Plenty
Grow bag non woven 56lt 5pack

High quality product. Have read in other reviews that some people have had issues with the handles under heavy weight. I have had no such issues. Will definitely be ordering more.

Kez Waikato
56L Grow Bag

Great - Good mid sized bag - could use for small tree OR vegetables

Rivendell2002 Auckland
Grow bags

Very pleased with quality and size, so pleased with felt fabric.

Beach house Pauanui

Great idea will use for other plants when pots not ideal

Gardner Waikato
Quality grow bag, strong and sturdy

I have different sizes in these bags, so handy to be able to move around with ease. Plants grow well in them

Maya N Wellington
Awesome Product

These grow bags are amazing. Growing all my vegetables in them. Had a huge harvest over Winter and Summer last year

Derryn Whitianga
56l woven bags

Love the woven bags! Was recommended them by a friend and they have been so good!

Neta Lower Hutt
good grow bag

I like them, I have too many plants and not enough land. But you must water regularly, they dry out easily.

Hamush Wellington
Grow Bag Non-Woven 56L - 5 Pack

All growing well. Plenty of healthy leaf. Looking forward to seeing how good the actual crop of potatoes is.

JB Auckland