The 8 Best Plant Grow Bags
This wiki has been updated 9 times since it was first published in September of 2020. Grow bags have become an invaluable tool for the modern garden enthusiast. Their pliable fabric allows the root of the plant to be closer to the soil, cultivating healthier growth than their plastic counterparts. Due to the myriad of options now available, it can be hard to know which is the right one for you. That's why we have put together this list of the best on the market. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
October 22, 2020:
When you plant something, it's almost as if you plant a little bit of yourself. Placing those seeds in the ground, caring for them until they grow big and strong, it's a source of pride, almost as if watching yourself grow right along with. It time and effort and care to guide a plant to maturity as well as the very best tools. Grow bags are one of these tools and, in recent years, have grown exponentially in popularity, so much so that there are seemingly endless options to choose from, options that don't differ from each other all that much. This list seeks to sort through the minutiae and choose a variety of options that serve a variety of needs.
The Winner Outfitters 10-Gallon 6-pack was given top placement in favor of contemporaries such as the Vivosun 10-gallon 5-pack as it's incredibly versatile and durable while still remaining pliable and thin enough that the roots can still grow close to the soil, as well as containing more bags for a similar cost.
We recognize that a lot of growers seek different things, which is why we included the Anphisin 10-Gallon 4-Pack, bags made for root veggies, whereas many of the other selections are quite similar to each other in function, with their main differences being in construction and transportability.
By no means a bad choice, the 247Garden 7-Gallon 5-Pack was given the last place because their handles can't carry too much weight, preventing them from traveling long distances, which means they are largely meant for indoor growing, where most other selections on the list can be used outdoors and indoors.
If you've got a green thumb and this list has merely piqued your curiosity, be sure to check out our list of the best watering bags for trees.
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