Roses are wonderful fragrant plants for growing in pots. Just about any type of rose can be grown in a pot, as long as the pot is large enough to hold the volume of soil needed to sustain the size of the plant. Roses in pots can be grown in even the smallest amount of outside space, such as on a … Read more about Smelling like roses
Plants absorb air-polluting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene. These VOCs and other indoor air pollutants (such as ozone) have been linked to numerous acute conditions, including asthma and nausea, as well as chronic diseases such as cancer and … Read more about House plants for health
There is something really satisfying about eating food you have grown yourself. Many people think they won’t be able to grow their own produce because they don’t have acres of land. It really doesn’t matter how small your space is you can still enjoy home grown produce from container … Read more about Homegrown tastes best!
According to the USDA, honey bees are the third most important livestock type and play a vital role in the production of over 150 food crops in the US. A lack of pollinators such as the honey bee will reduce availability of some fruits and vegetables. We need to make a change and encourage … Read more about Encouraging pollinators
Sturdy is a word that comes up a lot in our customer reviews. Three of our larger risers can support up to 9,000 Ibs of weight. That is about the same weight as a small elephant but it’s better to use larger Potrisers under your garden features such as big pots or heavy statuary. Potrisers won’t … Read more about Sturdy – strong or solid adjective
Potrisers has launched a campaign to encourage people to take care of their patios, decks and porches this Spring as research[i] shows that they can be one of the most vital assets home owners have when it comes to selling or renting out a property. Over the past ten years, patios, decks and porches … Read more about Stop the Stain Campaign!