Slugg in the wild!

Slugg in the wild!

There’s one thing that Slugg loves more than his pots, and that’s when his pots find a new home and come to life with some damn fine plants!

Let’s have a look at what some of our fans (Slugg likes to refer to his customers as his fans) have created in the last few weeks!

Talk about being the cool kids on the block! @the.builders.reno have finished their outdoor area off with this very trendy cactus cluster in the Lucy pots. For those wondering, that brown stuff on top is coconut fibre. You can pick this up at Bunnings or your local nursery.

 

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  • 1. Drainage

    Place a single layer of drainage screen directly over the drain hole.

  • 2. Pot setup

    Once you have chosen the location for your pots, place four pot feet on the ground and position the pot on top.

  • 3. Potting mix

    Cover the piece of drainage screen with a good quality potting mix and fill the pot to the desired level and gently compact in layers.

  • 4. Plant it

    Carefully remove the plant from its nursery pot. Put the plant in your prepared garden pot, ensuring the potting mix soil sits at the same level as the soil in the nursery pot.

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