DIY Watch It Grow Seed Pots
SUPER GOOD BUY!
These are Great Little Pots for planting seeds in!
They work very well and can be planted straight into the ground, or recycled into your compost. For such small pots the material is very sturdy, so thankfully they don't break easily... I'm buying my second set today to plant my Pumpkin Seeds In.
They are very small in size so make sure you read the description before you place your order. Works very well for children just learning to Garden!
July 2, 2010
Picture makes you think you are getting seeds
From the picture it looks like you are getting everything for a real do it yourself project, not so.
November 2, 2013
not worth it
Once a year w/ my 3 year old class, we plant seeds. In general, I purchase this type of pot from the hardware store, but I saw these at Oriental Trading Co. They were inexpensive, so thought I'd try them. Not worth it. Cheap. Too small, No draining hole on bottom, and very flimsy. Will toss these and buy larger, sturdier ones from Orchard Supply.
April 13, 2012
Water seeps through!
These looked perfect, decorated perfectly, planted seeds in them for the kids to take home and watch the grass grow and when we added water, everything that was on the outside either fell off or went away because of the water. So just make sure that they put these in another cup and decorate the outside of something else. Or don't use them for anything that requires water.
September 28, 2011
Small and stuck together
These pots are very small. Also we are having a very hard time separating them from each other. They come in a stack and I can't seem to get them apart.
June 2, 2011
I am using them with my preschoolers. I am excited about the pot going straight in the ground no mess and waste to worry about.
February 26, 2010
I have used these in the past and they are perfect for kids to use to start plants/flowers. The price is okay since I usually have a free shipping code.
I am purchasing again for family favors for our twins 4th birthday which is on May Day.
FYI for those that think the pots are too small, once the seedlings get 2 inches tall (same height as pot) you should plant in the ground pot & all.
January 15, 2010