...Anything else is just a pot
The short answer: anything with roots... But start with something good to eat!
You can grow almost anything in a Smart Pot! Vegetables, herbs, flowers, and more.
You don't need a green thumb to have a thriving container garden. All you need are the right tools. Your #1 tool is the Smart Pot.
Wherever you go, just ask for “The Original Fabric Container.” Or look for our Big Bag Bed line of fabric raised beds. Smart Pots are available at your local Grow store, Hydro shop, Organic Garden store and Garden Centers.
They’re all a great resource of knowledge when it comes to container gardening in a Smart Pot. Tell them what you’re planning to grow so they can share their valuable tips and recommendations…
from what soil to use… to how many plants to grow per pot… and so much more.
The container you use effects the plants you grow, and the quality of your plant starts at the roots. Smart Pots produces healthier roots by air pruning – creating lots of smaller finger roots. These roots absorb moisture and nutrients more efficiently so your plant grows faster and stronger.
Manufactured in the USA for strict quality control, your plants will thrive in the perfect density of the fabric and you’ll be reusing your Smart Pot for years to come.
Over 30 years of tested and proven fabric container technology in the tree farming industry - now available for your home garden. Join the thousands of customers growing millions of plants and getting professional grade results, in all fifty states and a number of countries worldwide.
A Performance Garden starts with healthy roots. Smart Pots create prolific root structures that promote healthier plants and superior yields. Made in the USA, durable Smart Pots are the industry leader in design, innovation and quality control. Since 1984, we've helped millions of gardeners and tree farmers succeed. Put our containers in your garden, and watch your plants thrive.
"It really doesn’t matter where you live – with Smart Pots you can grow on your balcony, your terrace, your roof, even in a parking lot. Basically, you can grow with these bags anywhere." [Read More]
-Francis Denault & Marie Eisenmann, Co-founders, Les Urbainculteurs, Quebec City