Fabric Planters - Grow Bags



Heavy Duty Felt-like Material with Durable handles that do NOT break. Not even the 20 gallon potato pot filled with wet soil!!!

These are not the cheap flimsy bags you find in the big box retail stores

Re-usable - Washable - Easy Storage

Just add compost and soil 

Great for Patio Gardening and Urban Farming

Water Permeable - Oxygenates roots for healthier container grown plants

3 Gallon - Black 
10" Diameter x 9" H -----> Set of 3
Great size for single Herbs

5 Gallon - Black or Green
12" Diameter x 10" H -----> Set of 2
Great size for single Eggplants and Broccoli

7 Gallon - Black or Green or Red
13" Diameter x 12" H -----> Set of 2
Great size for Tomatoes and Peppers

10 Gallon - Black or Green
15" Diameter x 13" H
Great for Herb Collections, Flowers

15 Gallon - Black
17" Diameter x 15" H
Great size for Root Plants, Garlic, Onions, Carrots

20 Gallon - Black
19" Diameter x 16" H 
Great size for Potatoes


Why should you grow tomatoes in RED?
There are pigments in tomato plants called phytochromes. They are color-sensitive proteins. Their job is to regulate plant growth and development.

Phytochromes react differently to different spectra of light. Specifically, when far-red light wavelengths from the RED planters bounce back up to tomato plants, the phytochromes tell the tomato fruit to Grow More and Faster - producing Bigger tomatoes and lots of them!

Perfect Tomato variety for these Fabric Planters are determinate tomatoes, which are plants that are smaller but do not compromise in yields.
*Let me know if you would like a seed sample included with your purchase :)


Urban gardening aka: gardening in raised beds, planters, pots, etc has a few challenges. Here are a few reasons why growing in fabric bags is the ideal choice:

#1 Drainage - plants growing in plastic or metals can overheat your root systems. Roots do more than just anchor a plant. If your roots are not healthy your plants will lack the ability to take in nutrient. 

#2 Moisture - plants growing in wood or clay planters typically suffer from drought stress as these materials absorb the water and steal the moisture the plants need.

#3 Aeration - the fabric allows air flow to the roots and also provides proper drainage. I have actually seen plants that have died from drowning because the drainage holes in their pots were inadequate.

#4 Soil Health - plants grown in a properly drained and aerated environment strive.   This environment is essential in growing and maintaining a living soil, the basis of organic gardening. Healthy Soil = Healthy Plants.  Adding organic matter to your fabric pots will feed your microbes and they will enjoy their perfect environment allowing nutrients to be released and larger root systems to be formed.

#5 Portability - the bags are lightweight and heavy duty and you can move them around easily. Let's say you need less or more sun as Spring changes to Summer...no worries just use the durable handles that will NOT tear.  Have a climbing plant that needs a trellis...no problem just move your planter near a fence.

#6 Space Saving - at the end of the season your pots can be emptied (either into a soil storage bag or even composted) and the bags can be stored flat until the following season. If you choose you can even leave them out over the winter months...have no worries about them breaking and cracking during soil heaving and frost or even snow.

#7 Washable - they are able to be hand washed many times to keep them looking brand new.


Interested in Vermi-Composting - the easy way to compost indoors with worms? Organic Gardening starts with soil health.

Healthy Soil = Healthy plants.

An easy way to build your soil is by adding organic matter, especially in urban pots and containers ...creating a living soil full of microbes.  Guarantee live worm delivery!