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    If you had to choose between 5 gallon buckets or 7 gallon nursery pots, when uppotting...which size?

  • #2
    Go to the largest you can fit in your yard. If it’s a well rooted one gallon you can go straight into a 15g. CJ in Michigan does this with great results

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    • #3
      I would go to 7 gallon pot instead of bucket because bucket will not last for long time may be two years due to sun.
      Naeem
      Maryland Ellicott City Zone 7A

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      • #4
        If you do not need many, I would try SIPs. Even a few, to compare with the regular nursery pots. You may like them.
        USDA z 10a, SoCal

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        • mgreco04
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          What are SIP’s?

        • greenfig
          greenfig commented
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          Self irrigated planter / self watering planter

      • #5
        I like to go from a 1 gallon to a 7 gallon

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        • #6
          Now I'm stuck deciding between going ahead and putting them in 7 gallon or 10 gallon pots. I think either one will be my max size because I have around 100 to uppot and winter storage space will be minimal.

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