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flower pot

flower pot(Flowerpot,British: flowerpot) Is for planting plantsBowl-container OfGeneric term.

Overview

What is a flowerpot?Plants,草-flowerIt is a general term for containers for planting various plants.Plants are generallyrootTo absorb water and nutrients from theresoil(Soil) is required, but it is a container that keeps it.It also keeps the angle and position of the plant.[Note 1]

Of the plantSowing seeds,Germination,cutting,Cultivation・ Training,ExhibitionIt is used for various purposes.There are various classifications for each purpose. For example, looking at the growth process of plants, the one used for sowing is "sowing pot", the one used during cultivation is "tailoring pot", and tailoring. Those used to transfer and look beautiful after being lifted are classified as "cosmetic bowls".In addition, there are various classification methods such as a classification method based on shape. →#Classification

In Japan, flowerpots and planters are often distinguished by shape, but in Europe and the United States, they are not so distinguished. "PotsFrom ancient times, potted plants were called "bon festival".

Flowerpots are basicallyHome centerYou can buy it at.It is also possible to divert various containers that meet the conditions as they are, or to process them into flowerpots.

Structure and material

Construction

Flowerpots generally have a structure in which the upper surface is open and the bottom is perforated for drainage.In other words, the soil keeps a constant amount of water, and excess water is discharged.In addition, the bottom surface is not flat, but the surroundings are raised, and there are some notches, so that drainage from the bottom is also taken into consideration.This is because poor drainage causes the growth of harmful bacteria and the accumulation of waste products and harmful substances, and many plants also have roots.BreatheThis is to avoid the growth of plants, which is hindered by the fact that the plants grow poorly.Therefore, a general-purpose container may be diverted as long as it conforms to this structure and does not contain harmful substances.However, in Europe and the United States, there are many flowerpots that do not have holes.Such things are used only for appreciation and are sometimes regarded as flowerpot covers in Japan, but in Europe and the United States they are generally not distinguished.In addition, plants can be cultivated even if the soil is piled up on a completely flat plate, and in factbonsaiThere is also such a thing, which can also be called a flowerpot, although it is special, but in this case it drains naturally, so a drain hole is unnecessary.It is often better for aquatic plants to have no drain holes.In rare cases, there are flowerpots that have a planting port or drainage hole on the side.In Western Europe, flowerpots with drainage holes are usually set with a saucer (pot saucer).In addition, there are many viewing bowls that come with a stand and a stand.

The circumference of the upper edge is usually slightly thickened or raised.This is for strength retention and portability.

Compared to land planting, the capacity of potting soil is limited, so there is a limit to the growth of the underground part, so the above-ground part is often miniaturized (flowers often do not miniaturize, but rather for management such as fertilization. Depends on).However, it is often used positively, and in some cases, like bonsai, it is planted in a small flower pot, and the roots are cut down to suppress the growth of the above-ground part and make it dwarf. It is done (truncating the roots also has the meaning of promoting the development of new roots).Above-ground parts are also pruned and growth is suppressedhormoneMay be used.

Furthermore, even plants that cannot be cultivated due to the soil quality and environment of the area can be cultivated by adjusting the potting soil, its storage location, management, etc., and even plants that require special conditions can be planted in pots. If so, there are many cases where cultivation is possible.manyWestern orchid TheEpiphytesHowever, it is cultivated in pots.

Material

There are various materials depending on the purpose, such as for cultivation and ornamental use, but especiallyChinaIs very large.Above allEarthenware,陶器The reasons for this are that it has a good balance of water retention, drainage and ventilation, that it is aesthetically pleasing to plants, that it is durable against direct sunlight and water, and that it can be supplied in large quantities at a relatively low cost.In particularUnglazed(terracotta) (That isglazeIt is suitable for growing many plants because it has good ventilation and the inside of the pot does not get stuffy due to the evaporation of water from the surface of the pot.However, unglazed ones have the drawbacks of being easy to dry, easy to crack, and inferior in aesthetics.

Of the unglazed pots that are generally sold, only the glaze is coated with glaze, and the one that is reddish as a whole is called.While a general unglazed pot has a temperature of about 700 ° C, a hot pot is baked at a high temperature of about 1000 ° C, so it is hard to break and is durable, but its air permeability is slightly inferior.In other words, it has good water retention.

In the past, unglazed pots and the above-mentioned hot pots were the mainstream for raising seedlings, but now they areVinyl potIs overwhelming.Also,pulpAnd Pete (peatThere is also a nursery pot made by pressing).Since these gradually corrode over time and assimilate with the soil, they can be planted in the ground without being pulled out at the time of replanting, or can be transferred to a larger pot, and the roots are less likely to be damaged.However, these can only be used for a short period of time and cannot be used repeatedly.

Western European ornamental flowerpots are made of stone or earthenware for gardens,青銅Made鉄Most of them were made.For indoor useMaiolicaBesides pottery such as磁器,StonewareThere are also many.other than thisQibaoAndBrass,copper,tinYou can also see metal and wooden ones such as.Some are rare.

In ChinaJingdezhenPorcelain, such asYixingVermilion mud, purple mud ware such as bonsaiOrchidIt is made for cultivation of.in JapanImari warePorcelain, such asTokoname wareVermilion mud,Shigaraki wareFor bonsai, etc.Tamba wareBurning,Easy burningAnd pottery such as Shigaraki wareShukunegusa,Yamano grassMade for.Many pots for general flowers are also from Shigaraki.other than thisSaitama,AichiSuch asRoof Tile,Clay pipeThere are also flowerpots made by the makers of.AlsopumiceSome are made by shaping.

In modern timesSynthetic resinThe development ofPlastic,vinylThe number of flowerpots made of wood is increasing.It has advantages such as low cost and light weight, but it lacks breathability, durability and luxury, and has not yet eliminated ceramic flower pots.However, as mentioned above, most of the producers are made of vinyl.Also for outdoor useconcreteSome are made,limeNot suitable for plants that dislike minutes.

other than this,Abalone,Giant clamSuch as large shells andHegoHollow out the trunk ofPalmShellsbambooNatural objects such as cylinders may be used.

History

GardeningFor me, flowerpots are indispensable.Originally especially in horticulturecityIf done ingardenBecause it requires a place calledLandscapingIt is no exaggeration to say that it was closely related to the art and was under its command.However, with the advent of flowerpots, it has become easier to break away from the landscaping shackles and exist as a single culture.

The origin of the flowerpot is not clear, but it was left outdoorsEarthenwareIt is probable that the soil was accumulated in the soil, and the seeds flew from somewhere and fell, or the seeds of the fruit slag were thrown away and the seeds were raised.In the first place, it may be easy to divert from a container for other purposes,Ancient civilizationIt seems that flowerpots already existed in the area, but there are few documents.ChugokuThen it is the prototype of bonsai, but at the latest唐It seems that it was done in the teens宋In the generation, it was definitely cultivated in flowerpots.

in Japan,Heian periodBon festival is held inKamakura Period,Ueno country(I.e.Reiraku who lives insamuraiThe couple are bigsnowNightJourney OfmonkI was asked to stay at an inn, and I used the treasured potted plums, cherry blossoms, and pine trees that I had cherished as firewood for the sake of treatment.can"Pot tree"(Muromachi period as Noh) is famous.From this, it can be seen that potted plants (bon festival) were already practiced as a hobby horticulture in the Kamakura period.

Again in JapanEdo PeriodAlthough it was a time when horticulture was very prosperous, it can be said that it is a culture of potted plants rather than ground planting, because many small plants were loved and the flowers and leaves were very delicate.BeautyIs pursued, and the direction is to protect the flowers and leaves from the wind and rain, or to take them indoors and carefully appreciate the flowers and leaves nearby.breedingIs advanced.Of course, it is also easy to move.Change of attendanceYou always have to go back and forth between your own country and EdoDamingMany of them and their vassals also like flowers, and it was convenient to have potted plants that could be moved each time.Also, from Osaka to Edo for the exhibition at the "Flower Matching ()" that was often held.morning gloryThere were also enthusiasts of wealthy merchants who sent the potted plants in early shipment.In this way, potted cultivation was widely practiced from shoguns, daimyo to ordinary people.

It is a daily necessities for flowerpots that are normally used by ordinary people, and for breeding and initial breeding.Unglazed pot, Pottery bowls were used.The unglazed flower pots called "earthen pots" were used for the potted plants sold in the downtown area of ​​Edo.In EdoImado wareIs famous, but such daily necessities flower pots are available in various places.kilnIt seems that it was manufactured in.Seto warePottery bowls are also often used, and drainage holes are often found in what was originally another container.Iriya morning glory market TheMeiji EraAlthough it started in the early days, Imado ware flower pots were still used.The pots at that time were not embossed as they are todayPotter's wheelIt was produced using (potter's wheel).There are few of these left now, and very rarely Imado ware pots are used for bonsai.

Not only that, many bonsai were traded at a high price, so flower pots were also sold, especially in the middle of the Edo period.Imari wareThe fine ceramics that match the dyeing of the porcelain were produced.At the timeNishiki-eIf you look at such things, you can see that plants are planted in a wide variety of pots.Many of them are porcelain, but some are made of wood or metal.Some of them are China磁器There may be some, but it seems that there were many Japanese-made ceramics, such as Koimari andEasy burningI often see flower pots in Japan.There is also something like a daimyo baking as a hobby.On the other hand, there are many pale flower colorsPrimroseIn etc., to make the best use of the flower color,tea ceremonyAlso leads to tea utensilsWabi-sabiThere are also examples of the favorite pottery bowls.Horticulture in the Edo period was supported by these various ceramic pots.Especially in this era, it may be related to the prosperity of the ceramic industry in various places.In addition, plants and stones in the box,ミ ニ チ ュ アI imitated the scenery by arranging the buildings ofMiniature gardenWas also made.

EuropeanBaroqueIn the ceremony garden大理石,青銅Ancient Greek-style decorative pots made of such materials were often installed.Horticulture has developed rapidly since the 16th century, and in ItalyMaiolicaA flowerpot made of wood was also used.In England and Belgium, plants cultivated in flowerpots were bred especially early.In England and other countries, unglazed and unadorned pots were common at the beginning, but decorative pots for exhibition gradually developed, especially.18st centuryから19st centuryIn Europe, to be as good as the luxurious furnishingsMeissen,Sèvres,WedgwoodPorcelain that is luxuriously decorated even in famous kilns such asStoneware, A pottery pot was made.In particularJasperwareFlowerpots are often found in tea ware and pots.Also especiallyFranceWhat you sometimes see, even if it's made of woodmahoganyThere are gorgeous things using etc.SilverMadeBrassThere are many elaborately designed ones.In this eraIndustrial revolutionWith the progress ofGlassAnd iron materials can be mass-produced.温室In general buildings, the interior became brighter due to the heavy use of glass, and in these areas, indoor plant cultivation increased and the demand for flower pots increased.

In the 19th century, modern production horticulture developed in Western Europe, and a large amount of flowerpots for raising seedlings became necessary, and mass production of unglazed pots began in England accordingly.The pots produced in this way can be used by gardenersColony OfPlantationIt was consumed in large quantities.Eventually, unglazed pots were mass-produced in Japan as well.World War IILater, especially after the 40sVinyl potContinued until it was replaced by.

In the United States, several pottery manufacturers were born from the end of the 19th century, and in about a quarter of a century, they have grown to become one of the world's leading pottery makers.Decorative flowerpots are an important item in the United States for decorating large homes, and for these manufacturers, decorative flowerpots have been one of their flagship products.However, after World War II, it declined rapidly due to the import of cheap Japanese pottery and the spread of plastic products.Currently, unglazed and pottery flower pots are often produced in England, Italy, and Japan.Even in ChinaYixingProduction is flourishing mainly in Japan, and recentlyThailandMade byVietnamMade byMalaysiaPorcelain flower pots made of porcelain are also often imported.

Sort

Cultivation pot and viewing pot

It is important that the flowerpot meets the two conditions of matching the physiology of the plant and the aesthetics of the pot itself.Depending on which of these is emphasized, there are pots for cultivation and pots for decoration and exhibition.Vinyl pots and hot pots are the simplest pots for cultivation, but in general, many of them combine both.In Europe and the United States, pots dedicated to decoration have been developed, and plants that are in a state suitable for viewing are either completely stored in the pots for cultivation or replanted for use.It is also a general-purpose item that is also used to grow cut flowers (that is, many have no drainage holes), and many are beautifully decorated, and the pot itself has an aesthetic value that can be enjoyed.Such things are often called "Jardiniere" or "Cache pot" in English, and those for cultivation are often called "Planter", "Flower pot", etc., but they are not used properly.It may be a set with a high platform.on the other handbonsaiIn traditional Japanese and Chinese horticulture, it is important that the plant and the pot are well-adapted and integrated, so such a decorative pot is not often used, but it enhances the beauty of the plant and is inferior to it. It is important that the pot has a personality and beauty.

Classification by shape

Morning glory type
Western gardens often have large flowerpots for scenic purposes from ancient times, many of which are from ancient Greece with a morning glory.potIt has a shape that imitates, not only as a flowerpot花瓶Also used as.Some are for indoor use and often have handles and stands.
桶Mold, tubular
It is the most common flowerpot for cultivation.Most of them have a shape that spreads slightly toward the mouth, and are easy to use.Some have handles and legs.
bottleMold,Barrel型
It has a slightly dented mouth and is often found in decorative pots.In Europe and America, wooden barrels and ChineseFishbowl,Japanese火 鉢And bottles are often diverted.There are no drain holes, and many of them also serve as vases.
Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu型
cube, Or long left and right or up and downRectangularMany of the planters in Japan are rectangular parallelepipeds, but in English there is no distinction between "Planter" and "Flower pot".This is also practical and easy to use, often made of wood, metal or plastic.Often on the roadsideFish OfStyrofoamSome of them are diverted from containers and wooden boxes.An example of a long box-shaped one can be seen in a bonsai cliff pot.
Oval cylinder type
It is often found in luxurious decorative pots used as.Many have pedestals, legs, and handles.
dish型
The diameter is much larger than the height, and the "shallow bowl" and the flatter one are also called "flat bowls".It is often found in bonsai pots, fern pots, and sowing pots (bread).There are various shapes such as edges, ellipses, rectangles, and polygons.Many have legs.
BowlMold, inverted cone,Corner型
Some have uneven bottoms and no hills, and many are used for fishing pots.Also, the one cut in half vertically is used for the wall pocket.
Board type
Considering that it is included in the category of flower pots in a broad sense,HegoOn a breathable board made fromラ ンThose that plant epiphytes such as sphagnum moss.Since it is used vertically, fix the plant with a wire until it takes root.For horizontal use, especially grass bonsai, some are planted on almost flat porcelain or natural stone tablets.
Imitation type
Animal,A human,ShellfishIn recent years, there are many designs that imitate the shapes of stumps, utensils, etc., and that humans hold pots.
Atypical
Stones are hollowed out, driftwood, large shells and other natural objects are used, and irregular pottery is used.SelaginellaRoot massMoss ballCan be said to be a flowerpot in a broad sense.

In addition, a pot with a large ratio of height to width and depth (with a deep expectation) is called a "deep pot".

Classification by use

Place bowl
A general pot that can be used and viewed on a table or on the ground
Fishing bowl
Pots for cultivating and viewing by hanging from the ceiling or eaves
Wall pocket
Pots to cultivate and appreciate by hanging on the wall outdoors or indoors

There are also some that are specialized for specific plants and genres.These are made to match the physiology and shape of the plant and for visual effects.

  • Bonsai pots-There are many shapes, but most are shallow.A pot with a large height ratio for a cliff is called a "cliff pot".
  • morning gloryBowl
  • chrysanthemumBowl
  • primrosePot-Originally a seto ware pottery, which is a diversion of the container "Magohand" as a daily necessities.It was used habitually because its shape, color, and water retention matched those of primroses.Currently, pottery similar to this is produced.
  • Orchid bowl- OrchidMany plants require sufficient ventilation of the roots, and many are expensive, so unique pots are prepared.
    • Oriental runAmong the pots, tall pots are preferred.A slightly elongated or elongated body with long legs that lifts the bottom high from the ground surface.Also, the hole at the bottom is large.In addition, the edges are widely protruding, and it is often cultivated in a suspended state by hooking it on a frame.
    • Western orchidIn the case ofEpiphytesTherefore, the roots require air so much that some pots have slit-shaped holes on the sides instead of the bottom of the pot.


  • Water lily bowl
  • Hydroponics glass
  • Valve pot
  • Vinyl pot-A soft plastic pot.Black ones are well known and are used because they are light and easy to handle when cultivating a large amount of seedlings.Also called a polypot[1]

In addition, some have a combination of a flowerpot and a heat-retaining cover.Wardian case,AquariumIn that sense, it can be said to be a kind of flowerpot.

Size, size

The size of the flowerpot is determined almost according to the size and number of plants to be planted.In detail, it is mostly determined by the aesthetic balance of appearance, the morphology and amount of the underground part of the plant, and the balance between the total amount of water retained in the potting soil and the amount of water required for the life of the plant.Of course, it is not so strict because it can be adjusted to some extent by the amount of irrigation and the environment of the place where it is placed.Measure the diameter of the top edge of the flowerpot to determine its size.

They come in a variety of sizes, from small ones about 3 centimeters in diameter for mini bonsai to large ones over 1 meter in diameter.There is also a way to divide it into a large bowl, a medium bowl, and a small bowl, but it is not absolute.In general horticulture, a medium bowl with a diameter of about 15 to 20 centimeters and a large bowl with a diameter of 30 centimeters or more are often called.No. 3 and XNUMX inch are about XNUMX cm.Even if the height is the same, the number will be different if the direct line is different.In Japan, common flowerpots are not completely accurateShakunuki methodIt is often manufactured according to the standards compliant with.For example, "No. XNUMX bowl" has a diameter of about XNUMXSize, "No. XNUMX bowl" is also about XNUMX inches, "No. XNUMX bowl" or "ShakuThe "pot" has a diameter of about XNUMX inches (XNUMX shaku).In size XNUMX and below, there are often small sizes of XNUMX minutes each.Similarly in the old English flowerpots, almost as wellinch,フ ィ ー トOften obey.

Example of flowerpot size

Multiplying the number by 3 gives almost the same as centimeters.
Number one
3cm
Number three
9cm
Eighth issue
24cm
number twelve
36cm
No. XNUMX
45cm

Becomes

how to use

Plant plants in pots using potting soil and manage them appropriately.Naturally, the soil and management methods differ greatly depending on the plant, but the following points are generally common.

Selection of pots

Plants that prefer high humidity are difficult to dry and do not have excessive drainage and water transpiration, and plants that prefer dryness are vice versa, so it is necessary to use them properly according to the water requirements of the plants. It is often seen, but it can be adjusted considerably by examining the potting soil, irrigation, and the environment of the cultivation plant.Rather, it is necessary to pay attention to the capacity depending on the shape and size of the underground part.For examplePeony root,GypsophilaLarge pots are required for plants with long beard roots, pots that are wider than the depth for plants that easily propagate laterally with rhizomes, and deep pots for plants with burdock-shaped straight roots.On the other hand, some epiphytesCarnivorous plantFor less developed plants in the basement, such as, a small pot may be sufficient if the center of gravity and aesthetic balance are not taken into consideration.AlsoTillandsiaSome epiphytes do not dare to need flowerpots, such as.

Implantation

  • Pick up the plant to be planted, clean the roots and remove dead leaves and rotten roots.
  • Cover the hole in the bottom of the pot.Some are made of pottery for the lid of the pot bottom, but large pebbles and pieces of roof tiles contained in the medium, or fragments of broken flower pots are often used.
  • Fill the soil from the bottom.Start with slightly larger particles.When the soil is properly filled, spread the roots of the plant in the pot and add the soil again.Spatulas are often used to ensure that the soil fits well in the root gaps.Put the medium softly so as not to stuff it.In order to prevent the growing seedlings from collapsing or because they are climbing plants, they often have stanchions.

Finishing

  • Fill the pot surface with soil.In some cases, decorative sand is put on the surface.
  • Soak it in water.In some cases, submerge the pot in water and pull it up.
  • Keep the water well in the shade until the roots settle down.

Replanting

If the soil in the pot becomes poor or the plant grows large, it will be replanted.Extract the plant from the pot as it is, discard the old soil, clean the roots, and replant it in a new pot.The time of replanting is usually the time when plant activity is slow.At this timeStock splitIt is also common to do.

Exhibition and appreciation

Since ancient times, various exhibition methods have been devised to make potted plants more beautiful.However, in some cases, the effect of hiding the pot can be seen.

When viewing indoors, a saucer for receiving excess water flowing out of the drain hole is often used together.In Europe and the United States, flowerpots with drainage holes are usually manufactured and sold as a set with saucers of the same material and design.In that case, the caliber of the saucer is, in principle, equal to the caliber of the flowerpot.In addition, a receiving cloth may be laid under the saucer.When displaying a certain number of flowerpots, a large metal saucer that can hold several pots may be used.

Cosmetic sand may be applied to the surface of the culture soil.In many cases, name tags and nameplates with plant names and variety names are installed on the edge of the pot.Most of these are made of plastic in modern times, but some of them are lacquered or porcelain.

In the case of a hot pot or a vinyl pot, a pot cover may be used.Also, in Europe and the United States, it is often displayed in a viewing pot.

When installing a large viewing bowl in Europe and the United States directly on the floor, a stand with a height of several tens of centimeters is used due to the lifestyle of the chair.This is also often a set with the same quality and pattern as the flowerpot, but some are made separately from wood.In addition, some pots and stands are integrated.Some of the centerpieces on the table may come with a stand with legs.

Bonsai are often carefully decorated indoorsRosewoodIn many cases, a stand made of Karaki such as is installed and placed on it.Many pedestals are used according to the shape of the flowerpot.

In the classic chrysanthemum, "flower bedWe will set up a horizontally long rectangular exhibition hall called ".Enclose all three sides with a good roof, set up a roof, and in the backgroundShojiMay be arranged.Flowerpots are arranged in three to five rows, and the ground is dug or the soil is raised and embedded to make it appear that plants are growing from the ground.Higo flower irises,Higo morning gloryThen indoorsFeltLay, line up the pots in a row, behindfolding screenStand up.In Omoto etc., it is often placed on a wooden stand one by one.At Primrose, a covered exhibition stand called "flowerbed" will be built outdoors.Similar to the chrysanthemum flowerbed, but with five shelves, 33 to 36 pots are displayed.

BritishAuricleSince the 18th century, many potted plants have been displayed on the exhibition stand.thisstageCalled a "theater" or "stage", it is luxuriously decorated and is actually used.theaterSome are equipped with opera curtains, some are equipped with lamps to illuminate, and the background is a landscape painting.mirrorAttempts were made to make the back side visible by pasting it, or to make the flowers stand out because it is black.

In addition to this, along with the progress of horticulture, fashionable metal flowerpot stands became popular especially during the Victorian era, and many of them were on the market in various shapes such as square, circular, and semi-circular.Also, the aquariumBird cage, Fountains, sculptures, etc.

EventsMany potted plants are used at the traditional flower exhibition to create a sense of unity.barkA method of covering it completely with chips or the like to make it appear to grow from the same ground is often adopted.

Incidentally,CraftsAs a product, there are many flowerpots that are worth watching by themselves, but overall, the flowerpots areDaily necessitiesTreated and generallyPotteryIn the world of, flowerpots are often not emphasized.

problem

The unavoidable problem for flowerpots is the close contact between the roots and the inner wall of the flowerpot, which is caused by the growth of the plant body, especially the roots, except for the reasons attributable to the manager, such as root rot due to fertilization and watering failure. It is very difficult to remove the plant from the pot at the time of replanting etc. (This phenomenon is that the pressure (static pressure) that the root gives to the inner wall of the flowerpot increases as the root grows and the root Due to the increase in static friction force due to the close contact with the inner wall of the flowerpot).In such a state, it is very difficult to remove the plant from the flowerpot without any damage, so in most cases, the pot is broken in the case of a ceramic pot, or the pot is cut with scissors in the case of a plastic pot. Will be done.When the root of the plant grows remarkably, a phenomenon called "pot cracking" occurs, such as cracking or cracking on the wall surface of the flowerpot.Especially in the case of ceramic pots, they are vulnerable to internal pressure, so pot cracks occur relatively often.Also, in ceramic pots, the phenomenon that the wall surface of the pot has cracks but is not cracked is often seen.However, by taking advantage of this phenomenon of "pot cracking", it is possible to make a pot with a cracked pot wall in advance.The manufacturing method is to grow the crack itself by tapping on the extension line in the running direction of the crack in the above-mentioned "pot with the wall surface not completely broken", and the pot is made well. The plant is removed from the crack), the cracks are repaired with an adhesive or the like, and a nylon band is wrapped around the outer circumference of the pot to hold it.The characteristic of this pot is that it easily cracks due to the growth of the roots.In other words, even if the root of the plant grows vigorously enough to cause pot cracking, the stress on the root is reduced by cracking the part joined with the adhesive at a much lower pressure than the intact pot. Is.Such a pot is called a "tick cracked pot".However, from the point of view of appearance, it is not currently on the market.In addition, as a method of removing the plant body (root) from the flowerpot, a bamboo spatula or a thin and highly elastic metal plate (for large plants of No. 8 pot or larger, for construction)Steel squareThere is also a method of inserting the (good result) between the inner wall of the flowerpot and the so-called "root pot" and prying left and right over the entire circumference of the pot to remove the adhesion between the root and the inner wall of the flowerpot.However, it should be noted that this method tends to damage the roots.

footnote

note
  1. ^ Even if you put a plant without a flowerpot, that is, a plant with only soil on the roots, in a concrete or tiled place, for example, the soil will flow every time you water it, and the roots will eventually be exposed. It ends up.In addition, the angle (posture) of the plant is not stable without the flowerpot.
Source etc.
  1. ^ "Cultivation method and work method", Vocational training teaching material study group (February 2005, 2),ISBN-978 4786310218

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