We recommend 5-7 gal pots


But just so you know, weed will grow in anything if you take care of it. Of course we’re talking about growing inside. We don’t like pots outside above ground unless you can keep your eyes on them. It’s very difficult to keep track of watering during the summer months and they can dry out so fast because of the heat and air, one missed watering will ruin your plants.




If you don’t have any restrictions about size, at this time we recommend using 5 gal fabric grow pots for ease of use.

We have proven that the yield is just about the same whether you’re using a 5 or 10 gallon size pot growing stealthy in soil indoors. Why waste the extra soil and nutrients needed for 10 gallon pots then?

The 5 gallon pot, is the perfect size for a stealth grower. It just about fits anywhere and you’ll grow great plants. Just remember that fabric pots will leak. For sure you need a saucer underneath them. To really keep it clean I put the fabric pot in a 6 gal plastic pot during watering.

After the water settles in a short while I’ll take it out and put it on it’s saucer. It’s always best to have the fabric pot out in the open as much as possible.

I even think commercial growers using soil would be well served using a 5 gallon fabric pots.

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We have only used plastic pots as a container now using fabric pots or pot liners inside them; except for seedlings. We now use fabric pots or fabric pot liners for all our plants and truth be told, fabric is like the magic nutrient snake oil salesmen have been fooling people with for years (no such thing-your plants only need certain nutrients and can take only so much).


    2 replies to "What Size Pot Is Best To Grow Pot"

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