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Types of Nursery

Earthen Pots
Earthen Pots

3 Gal. 10 pack squat Trade gallon nursery 3 Gal. 10 pack squat Trade gallon nursery pots (2.8 Gal. / 10.8 l) Round plastic nursery pots are inexpensive HDPE blow molded recyclable and durable. Perfect for many types of soil or hydroponic growing media.

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Peat
Peat

Peat and Son info@peatnson.com. REGISTER; LOGIN | ... Peat and Son Nursery is filled with an amazing assortment of Hydrangea and flowering shrubs, ...

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Polythene Bags
Polythene Bags

There are 20 polythene bag for nursery suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying countries are China (Mainland), India, and Vietnam, which supply 75%, 20%, and 5% of polythene bag for nursery respectively. Polythene bag for nursery products are most popular in Domestic Market, North America, and Southern Europe. You can ensure product safety by selecting from certified suppliers, including 8 with Other, 7 with ISO9001, and 1 with ISO14001 certification.

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Sand
Sand

Sierra Rock and Nursery stocks a large selection of natural stone for residential and commercial projects. Our products include 20 types of decorative rock, sand, gravel, and more.

Seed pan and Seed Boxes
Seed pan and Seed Boxes

Seed boxes, also called trays or flats, offer gardeners the opportunity to start a large number of seeds in one container. This option saves space and allows the grower to easily move the seedlings from one place to another.

Soil Mixture
Soil Mixture

For example, certain plants require a different level of soil pH from that preferred by other plants (blueberry shrubs need an acidic soil mix, for example).

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Sphagnum Moss
Sphagnum Moss

Sphagnum Moss – This is also found at nurseries or craft and hardware stores, and is used to line hanging baskets. It’s often used to cover the soil in decorative topiaries. This is the living part of the plant that dwells above ground.

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Vermiculite
Vermiculite

Vermiculite retains water well, soaking up water several times its original volume. In cases where the potting mix is to be used for plants that like plenty of moisture vermiculite is preferred. However for growing plants where good drainage is more important it is often better to use perlite instead.