Original Round Pots
Draining for healthy roots. The bottom of the pot has decorative leaf “feet” to keep the large center drainage hole and the small holes between each foot from being obstructed, which means your plants’ roots won’t get soggy or rot. The bottom of the pot tapers away from the outside edge so water will never settle at the bottom of the pot. Plus, on the inside of the saucer you place your Indapot on, we have created little ridges to keep any pot from sitting flat on the bottom, which would prevent drainage. (We’re kind of freaks about drainage.)
Easier cleaning and mess prevention. Where the sidewall meets the bottom of the pot, the inside edge has been rounded to prevent soil from getting caught in the corners when you repot your plants. the Indapot saucers’ sides are about 20% taller than a traditional saucer, so you’re less likely to overflow the saucers when you water—meaning fewer annoying messes to deal with. You won’t need anything additional underneath your pots either, because water doesn’t pass through silicone (note: water does pass through terra cotta pots), so your deck, floor, table or whatever your Indapots are sitting on won’t get water damage.
Flexible without sacrificing durability. The sidewall is thick enough to stand up to heavy weight, yet flexible enough to make potting and repotting easier. The pots’ unique design and material makes them practically indestructible.