Extra large flower pots – add a measure of elegance and warmth to the inside of a home and a dramatic focal point to your porch. Potting a large pot requires some thought to the correct location for the plant, and the total weight of the pot. Consider whether you plan to move extra large flower pots or it will stand still.
Check the bottom of the pot your plant to drain. Layer empty soda cans on the bottom third of the planter. These will take up space and also serve as a mechanism for drainage planter. Create a mixture of equal parts peat moss and potting soil. Choose the location of your plants. A single plant should be centered in the pot. Variable height plants or outdoor annuals can be planted in supplementing the location of the planter.
Try to place tall plants in the back of the planter with successive shorter plants in front of the pot is placed against a wall. Water politicians properly and ensure that the excess water flows through the holes in the bottom of the planter. Remember that extra large flower pots your plant needs regular watering because it is not part of a larger garden that absorbs moisture from the ground around it.