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Old 05-12-2018, 08:13 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Default Re: Large containers with no drainage holes

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Originally Posted by Kanana View Post
So these are meant to be just decorative covers for black nursery pots?
Yep..
I put nursery containers in decorative plastic or clay pots. They hide them pretty well

For the size hole you will be needing use a wood spade bit because the are large.1/2 inch and up.

Walmart sells tubs for under 10.00 and in different colors with handles

These are the size containers you will be looking at for your plants if you plan to keep the banana in a container
The blue tub is a 24 gal size for reference.
Click on the photo to see other container sizes which might fit your needs,it could be a start.

Once your plants get bigger you will be putting them in the ground in Florida.
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