The purchase price is per pot. First class mail is not usable as a valid shipping choice. It shows up because we are using the stackable size of the pots as opposed to the real size. (2.5" of extra stacked space vs 5.5" actual height). The pots have an open base with a cross hatch. We just cut up and use screening material from our local hardware store in them, not included.
If you have been suffering from:
These pots + a good fast draining soil mix will do the trick for you. These are the fastest draining pots we have found to date, and they are solidly built as stated below right here in the USA
We thought we would share something with our customers. You may have noticed that for the most part we get straight, long, STRONG tap roots, often over 5" long while still at the single root stage. Clivia are interesting plants, they like to be pot bound, yet they also like to dive deep into the ground with their roots if they can. AND if the roots hit standing water they will rot very quickly.
We have found a new plant pot that we feel is just about perfect for growing Clivia Seedlings. These pots are around 3" at the top and 2.5" at the botom, a very sheer taper. They are 5.5" Tall! this means that the seedlings can grow those strong roots that will protect overall plant growth without the hazard of root rot from them hitting standing water at the bottom.
We have planted in these for a while now and they are great for everything from baby seedlings through to about 2.5 yrs old without a need to trans-plant! This means you basically will plant these twice in their lives with these pots.
We like this size and company for a few reasons. For one they are made right here in the USA which when we can we like to encourage, and 2, that steep taper and wider base means that you can put a fairly large plant into these without fear of them tipping over. Look at the picture where I have put the largest plant on the edge of an upside down plate.
Anyhow, we highly reccomend these for anyone who wants to grow strong, healthy, clivia plants