Bronte MaxiPot ensures the important wet/dry cycle in your medium by the use of our innovative life and twist design which lifts the pot from the base.
This means excellent air circulation under the pot base allowing your root zone to access the fresh air for maximum root oxygenation, and it saves you money.
In the winter when the frost creeps in, you can leave your pot in the up position lowering the risk of severe frost damage, as the frost tends to cause the most damage to anything sat on the ground.
When leaving Bronte MaxiPot in the ‘up’ position with a flooded tray, it will protect your products from certain crawling pests, as a flooded base reduces the access to the pot from pests such as slugs, snails and vine weevil to name but a few.
Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Dahlias, Lilies, Fruit Trees, Cacti, Fruit Bushes, Tenders, Succulents, Perennials and more... Bronte MaxiPot allows excellent drainage and air circulation to your roots, meaning they can now flourish and thrive, as they will not experience problems like root rot and the build-up of bad bacteria which are caused by compost remaining moist and starting to sour, which can occur a lot in ordinary pots and trays, as they are usually left sat in their runoff after watering or over watering.
Bronte MaxiPot ensures the important wet/dry cycle in your medium by the use of our innovative lift and twist design which lifts the pot from the base.
This means excellent air circulation under the pot base allowing your root zone to access the fresh air for maximum root oxygenation.
How Does It Work
With a simple lift and twist action, the pot can be raised onto a central column in the tray, allowing the air to circulate and the water to drain. This action can be reversed allowing dried out compost to become saturated by lowering and standing the pot in water.
As the plant is only moved a quarter turn to the raised position, no damage occurs when trying to drain or flood the pot or tray.