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Give your houseplants a stylish plant pot to call home. Our indoor plant pot range comes in various sizes and colours to suit your style. So whether you need a plant pot for indoor foliage, orchids or succulents, you can find the perfect pot here at Polhill Garden Centre.
Introducing the Best Indoor Plant Pots UK
Now you can proudly display your houseplants with the best indoor plant pots, made to fit orchids, foliage and succulent plants.
Houseplants make a beautiful addition to your home decor, and choosing the right indoor plant pot is the finishing touch to bring it all together.
Hydrate your plants and protect surfaces from water spillage using a high-quality plant saucer. Our plant saucers are super solid and durable, making them ideal for balcony and indoor plants.
Balconies are the perfect place for plants and herbs. So, why not grow your own green garden with our balcony pot holders to hang growing plants and flowers across rails?
We have an indoor plant pot for every plant and every home, so check out our entire collection right here to see more.
How to Pick a Plant Pot for Your Houseplants
Sometimes, choosing the right plant pot can be tricky. You think you have found the right pot, and a few weeks later, you find yourself trying to revive a dead plant.
To help your houseplants thrive, your plant pot can't be too big or too small; it has to be just right.
So let's explore a few golden rules for choosing the correct pot for indoor plants.
Want to Find the Right Indoor Plant Pot for Your Home?
We know more than a thing or two about indoor planters and plant pots, so why not stop by our garden centre to see more? Or alternatively, you can easily shop online and enjoy free, fast delivery on orders over £50. So click here to get started today.
Which pots are best for indoor plants?
Plastic plant pots are super lightweight and less likely to break. In contrast, ceramic pots are ideal for preventing root rot as they quickly absorb excess moisture.
What happens if you don't repot a plant?
If you leave your overgrown plant in a plant pot that's too small, its roots won't be able to expand, which can hinder its nutrient absorption. This can cause your houseplant stress and could even kill it. However, with so many plant pot options, you can effortlessly transport your plant into a suitable plant pot in no time.
How often should I empty water from plant saucers?
We suggest emptying plant saucers daily or every other day for optimal plant health.