There’s something uplifting with the idea of going home to a home filled with flowery blooms. Flowers do not just add a sense of personality to your home, but also exude a sense of optimism and joy even during the dreariest of days. When thinking of starting your own indoor garden, finding the best indoor ceramic flower pots must be on top of your priority list. But why buy ceramic and not affordable plastics?
The Ceramic Pot Advantage
Ceramic have long been used as material for ceramic pots since time. This clay-based pots and planters often come glazed when used for indoor gardening to double as decorative elements as well as prevent pots from cracking. Know for their effectiveness in holding moisture allowing indoor flowery blooms to thrive even when watered infrequently. But while they are heavier in terms of weight, this allows your indoor garden to be more stable as the plant in it thrives.
Here are some great finds when thinking of buying your own indoor ceramic flower pots.
1. Decorative Woven Design Star Shaped White Ceramic Flower Plant Pot
White Decorative Ribbed Ceramic
Don’t just buy any flower pot for your indoor gardening project. Find one that easily blends with your interior design or one that enhances its look. This ceramic flower pot comes with a ribbed exterior making it an amazing decor to spruce up your home. Stylish and unique, it also features a protective saucer-barrier that prevents water and soil from spilling into surfaces.
Watering your plant is not a problem, too. This flower pat has 6 holes at the bottom to drain excess water and circulate air to help roots thrive. This ceramic white pot also makes an adorable wedding or housewarming gift to friends and family members who are into indoor container gardening like you do.
2. Mkono Macrame Hanging Planter with 3 Ceramic Plant Flower Pots
Mkono Macrame Hanging Planter with 3 Ceramic Plant Flower Pots
Want a ceramic pot that can be hanged on your terrace, living room or pocket patio? This hanging planter set from Mknono will surely add that dazzle to your home. Made of white ceramic , held by a cotton rope, this simple yet meticulously crafted hanging tri-planter makes a great decorative idea to add dazzle to your interior or to your balcony. This also makes a great decor material for home offices.
The Mkono Macrame Hanging Planter with 3 Ceramic Plant Flower Pots do not just add charm to your indoor design, the plants placed in them also helps improve air quality. Simply stuff flowery bloom, succulents, herbs or any plant of your choice in a soil potting mix and voila! This 3-set hanging planters have holes at the bottom to allow healthy circulation, too.
3. Patio Pot
GardenGoodz Honeysuckle Planter/Patio Pot
If you want a bigger ceramic flower pot to add more sass to your patio, sunroom, balcony, pool deck, or anywhere near your indoor abode, this Honeysuckle Planter/Patio Pot from GardenGoodz is heavensent. From bamboo, blue jean, ember, fossil stone (see small pot with above pic), grained beige, stone, vanilla, and zinc, each of these pots offer a timeless appeal that easily bends into any interior design. Made of high density resin, the pot is lightweight yet highly durable.
You can choose a 13-inch or a 15-inch pot to suit your current needs. This pot is protected with UV coated finish to prevent early fading even when exposed to elements. Simply drill holes at the bottom and you have one gorgeous ceramic pot to house your flowery blooms, shrubs and other plant varieties.
4. Self Watering Glazed Ceramic Pot
Ruffle Shaped Self Watering Ceramic Planter
Don’t have time to tend to your plant? This self-watering glazed ceramic pot is a savior. Consisting of a decorative glazedpot on the outside, it holds an unglazed one fitted to perfection inside. Water easily seeps into the plaint ceramic pot and excess water goes straight to the second pot. This will help lock in moisture even when the plant is not tended on a daily basis.
A Word Of Caution
Without a doubt, picking indoor ceramic flower pots over other types of material is a wise decision to make. A rule of thumb though– always make sure that your pot has enough drainage holes. If there’s none, drain holes on them to ensure healthy circulation. When there’s a “saucer” included, place some pebbles on top of the tray to prevent water logging into the soil leading to root rot.