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    In search of a better Cephalotus pot, suggestions wanted!

    I've just used up the last of my pots and I've spent a few hours search the web for a better pot without finding anything.

    I've had the best results with taller pots than any other pots but they are being elusive. I'm currently using a mix of Rand's Aircone Pots and Anderson Band Pots. The design/build of the Rand's pots is better than the Anderson pots but they are just too short. The Anderson pots do not have a proper bottom and it takes me a while to cut out one and with my joints it can be painful.

    So my perfect pot would be clear, plastic, durable, square, available in 50-100 units, cheaper than the Rand's and TALL!

    Suggestions please!

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    i too share your passion for cephalotus. i have had a hard time finding pots as well. they are always too short and wide. never tall enough. ive yet to find a perfect one.

    is there a reason that you prefer clear pots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcal View Post
    i too share your passion for cephalotus. i have had a hard time finding pots as well. they are always too short and wide. never tall enough. ive yet to find a perfect one.

    is there a reason that you prefer clear pots?
    Clear pots allow me to keep a better eye on moisture/roots/medium breakdown in the pots and I'm also using these pots for other plants.

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