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FAIR ZONE Rubber Plant Pot Black 1er
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
Ready to ship today,
Delivery time appr. 7 workdays
- Order number: 4800315
- EAN: 4260663815021
Plastic-free gardening - With FAIR ZONE plant pots you can successfully tackle the project... more
Plastic-free gardening - With FAIR ZONE plant pots you can successfully tackle the project "plastic-free gardening"! The growing pots are extremely stable and heat and cold resistant.
Instead of cheap plastic in the organic garden, we now offer durable flower pots made of fair trade FSC certified natural rubber. The flexibility of natural rubber also makes it easy to loosen plants for repotting.
Natural rubber is a renewable resource, which is biodegradable and thus rejoins the cycle of nature. In addition, rubber trees have the great property that they can absorb a large amount of CO2 - they absorb even more CO2 than tropical rainforest.
The durable flower pot is made of fair trade natural rubber, which is also FSC certified.
The flower pots for repotting each have a diameter of 11cm and a height of 10cm. Natural rubber is a climate-friendly and environmentally friendly rubber.
The growing pot set was made without microplastics, so it is perfect for your organic garden.
ClimatePartner confirms that the plant pots are manufactured in a climate neutral way. ClimateID: 12554-1801-1008
Care Note: The Fair Zone plant pots can be cleaned with vinegar. This not only dissolves lime, but also makes the pots germ-free. To do this, put the pot in a bucket of water with vinegar essence in a ratio of 1:4 and rub.
After each cleaning, the pot should be rinsed thoroughly with clear water, so that no residues of the cleaning agent remain in it. Because this can be critical for plants, because the acidity of vinegar, for example, is rather unfavorable for some plants and can even harm them.