Size Guide for Picking the Right Pot

For measurement purposes; a plant that is 6" in size refers to a plant growing in a nursery pot that is 6" in diameter pot size, regardless of the actual size of the plant. It is recommended to pick a pot that is slightly bigger than the plant. For example, 6" plant should fit into a 7" pot, a 3.5" plant should fit into a 5" pot, etc. If the plant requires frequent watering, we recommend choosing a pot with drainage holes. This is important because if the water does not drain properly it will cause the roots to rot and damage your plant. Not all pots will come with drainage holes, please check the product page to ensure drainage holes is present, if unsure, please reach out to us!