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H108

Potmaker

Recycle your newspapers by making your own biodegradable starter pots for seedlings. Simply cut 3.5" strips of newspaper and wrap around the press and fold under the ends and press into form. Fill with soil and sow seeds directly. No glue is required. When seedling emerge and true leaves appear, the entire pot can be transplanted into the ground. Made of hardwood maple that will last a life time.

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12/10/2018
Rachelle Stephen

Easy plants for years to come

I’ve wanted one of these little gems for a while, and it was worth the wait. At first the pots seemed small, but they’re perfect for seedlings. And so much better than peat pots- less dry...and free ... I cut mine 4”x12” from paper grocery bags & used a glue stick. They seem sturdier (than newspaper pots) & I get 12 pots from each bag! Love my potmaker and look forward to using it for years.

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04/02/2018
Bob the Gardener
West Haven CT.

Will last a lifetime!

I purchased this item over 30 years ago. Have used it every season, and is now in use by our great grand-daughter who is now learning the ways of gardening. It has been used to germinate thousands of peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, beans, celery and much more. However, I have found that to use a little glue stick on the edge of the pot before the final fold helps it to keep it shape. A great product, and a heirloom to pass down.