Best Pots For Succulents in 2020 (Our Reviews & Comparisons)
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Picking out the right container for your succulents and cacti can be almost as difficult of a decision as choosing the plants themselves.
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Fear not, as we’ve chosen five of the best succulent pots available on Amazon. Whether you’re looking for a hanging planter or something small to give as a gift, we’ve got you covered!
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|1. Homenote White Succulent Pots with Bamboo Trays
|2. MyGift 8 Inch Modern White Ceramic Planter with Removable Saucer
|3. Lawei 8 Pack Ceramic Succulent Pots with Bamboo Trays
|4. 11-inch-Long Rectangular Ceramic Planter
|5. Mkono Ceramic Hanging Planter
1. Homenote White Succulent Pots with Bamboo Trays
The largest pot is about six inches in diameter and 2.9 inches deep. A container this size should be big enough to plant one or two larger succulents or several smaller succulents. This pot would be ideal for a smaller fairy garden.
The medium-size pot is five inches in diameter and 2.9 inches deep. Again, you’ll be able to fit at least one or two medium-sized succulents or a few smaller ones. If you’re looking for a container for a succulent centerpiece, this is the ideal size.
The smallest planter is 3.8 inches in diameter and 2.6 inches deep. You’ll probably only be able to fit a few smaller succulents in this pot, but it’s perfect for adding a touch of nature to your small spaces.
All three pots feature a drainage hole to help prevent root rot. To ensure that the excess water that drains out doesn’t damage your shelf or tabletop, each pot comes with a bamboo tray.
2. MyGift 8 Inch Modern White Ceramic Planter with Removable Saucer
MyGift’s stylish planter features a small drainage hole in the bottom of the container. The bottom of the pot is also slightly slanted toward the center hole to make sure water drains, rather than sitting at the bottom of a flat pot.
The container also includes a matching ceramic drainage dish. The detachable dish will keep your countertops clean while making sure your plant’s roots stay healthy.
Since the entire pot and matching dish is ceramic, it’s easy to clean and sterilize between uses. You can transplant without stress knowing you won’t be passing on pests or disease to the next group of succulents.
The pot itself measures 8 inches in diameter with a depth of about 2.5 inches. With the saucer in place, the height is closer to 3 inches.
If you’ve been considering taking up a new hobby, this would be an ideal planter for succulent bonsai. The simple appearance of the pot would keep all eyes on your beautiful creation.
3. Lawei 8 Pack Ceramic Succulent Pots with Bamboo Trays
The ceramic glaze coating each container features a unique ice crack pattern. The pots come in a variety of colors, including shades of green, blue, red, and yellow. The bright and beautiful colors will look especially great with vibrantly colored succulents.
Each pot measures 2.5 inches in diameter and 2.5 inches in height. Each ceramic container also comes with a bamboo tray to prevent spillage.
As you may have already guessed, these pots also include drainage holes to make sure your succulents stay as healthy as possible.
The petite size of these planters makes them ideal for smaller, single succulents or cacti. They’re ideal for small spaces such as windowsills and office desks.
This collection of colorful planters is also ideal for gift giving. Wouldn’t your coworkers be thrilled to receive a cute little succulent in an adorable ceramic pot? Knowing how to propagate succulents means you’ll have inexpensive gifts available whenever you need them.
4. 11-inch-Long Rectangular Ceramic Planter
The pot does only have one drainage hole, so it may work best for hardier succulents, rather than those that are particularly sensitive to moisture.
It does, however, come with a bamboo saucer to prevent excess moisture from damaging your countertops or shelves.
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This rectangular planter measures 11 inches in length by 2.36 inches in width. It’s also 1.77 inches tall. The bamboo tray measures 10.43 inches long by 2.83 inches wide by .47 inches tall.
The small size and unique shape of this planter make it ideal for windowsills or small spaces. It is a somewhat small planter, though, so it will work best for small or miniature succulents.
Since this planter would fit so well on a narrow shelf, it’s also perfect for planting trailing succulents to add an interesting touch to your indoor succulent collection. The long, cascading stems of trailing succulents would look great draped over this simple but modern pot.
5. Mkono Ceramic Hanging Planter
This hanging planter is available as a single pot or in a pair. It measures 5 inches in diameter and about 3.24 inches deep. It’s the perfect size to hang in any office, living room, or patio.
The decorative macramé rope hanger measures 18 inches in length. It’s made of high-grade cotton rope that can withstand indoor or outdoor conditions.
Each pot contains a single drainage hole to make sure your succulent’s roots are retaining any more moisture than necessary.
This gorgeous ceramic pot is unglazed, which means you get to see the unique patterns and textures of the clay. The pot was made using a combination of two clays, red and white, creating an interesting swirled pattern that will compliment any type of plant.
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