Use of cachepots

What are double-walled pots?

Double-walled pots consist of a single seamless structure with double watertight walls separated by an air-gap.

How should the planters of the Up and Be up collection be prepared?

The UP and BE-UP planters have spill-holes that should not be plugged so as to avoid water from stagnating and to ensure the plants' well-being.
It is also useful to add a bottom cover of expanded clay that helps drainage. Better if you also add a sheet of hessian to prevent the dispersion of the soil above it together with the excess water.
The planters of this series do not have water reserve grills.

How do I use the hanging pots from the Up and Be Up collections?

The pots/planters of the Up and Be Up collections have been designed to be hooked over railings. The maximum width is 4.5 cm for the pot and 5 cm for the planter, respectively.

How do I use pots without holes?

Before putting in the potting soil and plant, we recommend creating a bottom layer of expanded clay covered with a layer of hessian, to ensure water drainage and prevent the roots from absorbing too much. Watering should be done gradually, dosing the amount of wetting to avoid excess and stagnation. Some pots without holes have a water reserve and do not need you to prepare the bottom with expanded clay. The catalogue shows the products with a water reserve.

Can I use a lacquered pot outdoors?

Lacquered pots can only be used outdoors if they are covered (porches, verandas, loggias, etc.) as direct exposure to the elements could damage them.