Felt for potted plants
Potted plants need adequate drainage in order to thrive. You might have heard to line a pot with gravel or put a golf ball or rock in the drainage hole in the bottom of a pot to promote drainage but to try to keep the dirt in. But felt is a much easier solution to this potted plant problem!
Cut a piece of Kunin Eco-Fi Felt to fit the bottom of the pot and place it inside, right over the drainage hole. Then add dirt and your plant. The felt will:
- allow the pot drain
- keep all of the dirt inside
- allow more dirt in the pot because the bottom is not filled with rocks
- last a long time because it won't mold or rot
Here's what you need:
- Kunin Eco-Fi Felt
- Flower Pot
- Potting Soil
Here's how to make a felt liner for a flower pot:
For indoor plants, cut a piece of Kunin Eco-Fi felt to fit under the pot to protect table tops and counters from scratching.
We use a large plant pot to hold our kitchen utensils. We cut a piece of Kunin Eco-Fi felt to help protect our new quartz counter tops from scratching when we slide the pot away from the stove while cleaning.
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