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    What is and what should never be Crissytal's Avatar
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    Where do you guys get your round and square pots from to grow your CPs? I found a thread awhile back that had a link to a website that sold them. I believe it was a nursery supply place, but I could be wrong. I can't seem to find it now. I'm interested in all suggestions (I've checked eBay already).

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    Ebay! I dont rember I just know I found them on Ebay try looking harder...

    Square pots, plastic pots, 4 inch pots, seed starting pots, just try a vary of phrases including pots.

    youre bound to find some!

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    I found some on Ebay, but I'd like to know of some other places for price comparsion .
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    Try this thread: Plastic Pot Thread

    For me its only the square or rectangular pots that I use -- round pots are just too wastful of space, which is always at a premium for me.



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    Exactly what I was looking for! Thank you Joseph.
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    I prefer square myself but they are hard to find for some reason. I ordered some online from a company...can't remember the name. I am trying to phase out my round pots.
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    I've spent a ton of time searching the web for TALL square plastic pots (that aren't super wide, somewhere around 3-4 inches would be desirable). I would like to grow Cephs and pygmy drosera, and I've heard that tall pots are best...and the 3-4 inches in height doesn't seem that tall to me.

    Any ideas? If I can't find them, I'll just buy from the links provided here

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    LOL! We're supposed to use pots? I've been using plastic drinking cups, yogurt cups, throwaway Home Depot display racks, and my wife's Gladware (shhhhh...), pipette containers....











    But seriously, as Joseph has indicated, square pots are a much more efficient use of space. The round one leave gaps.

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