Anderson deep propagation flats;

penstemon penstemon@Q.com
Tue, 20 Oct 2015 12:10:07 PDT
>I get both Anderson pots and flats from Stuewe and Sons in Oregon and they
>ship in small as well as large amounts. I grow most of by bulbs in these
>pots. I cut a piece of fiberglass window screen and place it at the bottom
>to keep the soil from falling out. Great for drainage and save tons of
>space!


Funny, I just ordered some of these http://growers-inc.com/containers-anderson-band-po…
The postage cost more than the tree bands, but since I lost some of my oncocyclus iris seedlings to a perched water table, I thought I would try these. 
Putting screen in the bottom, which is, of course, the only way to prevent the growing medium (in my case, perlite) from falling out, will still create a perched water table, but hopefully far enough down in the deep pots to prevent root rot.
Bob Nold
Denver, Colorado, USA





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