Root Pouch Propagation Bags 2L no handle

Root Pouch Propagation Bags 2L no handle
  • Root Pouch Propagation Bags 2L no handle

Made from recycled water bottles and natural fibers.
NZ$ 3.50 including GST
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Thin Black’s majority natural fiber blend partnered with our thinnest manufactured fabric makes this the optimal start any young plant is looking for.

Natural fibre blend - thin black
12-18 months
Bag forms square bottom - turn inside out for round bottom
Perfect for: Seedlings, clones, vegetables, annuals, perennials and young plants
Ideal for shift ups, plant directly, no plant shock

Fabric made from a blend of recycled
plastic water bottles & natural fibers.
Made from 100% non-toxic recycled materials

2 quarts, 2 liter

13w x 15h


Root Pouch is made from recycled plastic water bottles. These water bottles were destined to end up in landfills. This not only prevents the water bottles from ending up in oceans and the environment but also eliminates the need to make additional pots or bags that are petroleum-based using natural resources.

The Root Pouch fabric planting container is a 100% food safe alternative to regular plastic containers and keeps plants healthy by promoting root health, prevents roots from circling, excess water drains freely and allows roots to feed, breathe and multiply.

Often mistaken for an Australian company due to the kangaroo logo, a member of the family drew on this emblem to represent the qualities of the fabric as providing a pouch-like environment that offers plants unsurpassed plant health, just as the kangaroo's pouch is known to protect and nourish its young as it grows!

At our core, Root Pouch is a team moved by the obsession with creating, selling, and innovating the best growing containers in the world, and doing it sustainably the whole way. It’s not just about the recycled water bottles, or the natural fibers, or the different fabric lines; it’s about delivering a better products to you today than you had yesterday.

Family-based company head quartered in Hillsboro, Oregon USA.