Drainage Layer Planting

What is Drainage Layer Planting?
Drainage layer planting involves adding a layer of pebbles, stones, or porous materials at the bottom of your plant pot. This innovative method creates a space for excess water to gather, away from the roots, preventing waterlogged soil and potential root rot.

The Benefits of Drainage Layer Planting:
Healthier Roots: Improved drainage prevents waterlogged soil, promoting robust and healthier root systems.
Reduced Maintenance: Say goodbye to water-catch trays or saucers, simplifying your plant care routine.
Sustainable Gardening: Embrace eco-friendly practices by reusing pots without drainage holes.
Stylish Solutions: Elevate your indoor gardening with aesthetic and functional drainage layer planting.
Discover the joys of successful indoor gardening with our thoughtfully designed pots, tailored for drainage layer planting. Embrace nature's beauty while ensuring your green companions thrive in a healthier, more sustainable environment.

How to Do Drainage Layer Planting:
Select one of our designer planters: All of our planters are designed for drainage layer planting. Our reservoir-based designs simplify watering and nutrient delivery.

Gather Drainage Material: Collect pebbles, stones, or porous materials like perlite or pumice to form the drainage layer.

Add the Drainage Layer: Pour the chosen material into the bottom of the pot, creating a layer that will act as the water catch.

Potting Mix: On top of the drainage layer, add your preferred potting mix, tailored to your plant's needs.

Plant Your Green Companion: Carefully transplant your chosen plant into the pot, ensuring the roots are well-covered with the potting mix.

Water with Care: As you water your plant, excess water will collect in the drainage layer, providing a buffer against overwatering. Our liners are transparent allowing you to control exactly how much you water your plant.

Welcome to a greener, more vibrant, and low maintenance living space with Monokron!