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Rice Hull Pot - Japanese Maple

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PSCCRHUMAPLE
Regular Price: $24.99


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Japanese Red Maples add a touch of elegant beauty and color to any room. Brighten up your home with a living sculpture and enjoy improved indoor air quality.

Japanese Maples are beautiful trees that go through a kaleidoscope of colors depending on the temperature, humidity, and amount of light they receive. The trees range from green to red colored leaves, with delicate veined color patterns that are constantly changing.

These trees are well suited for bonsai trimming. They grow slowly from enclosed seed, but they can reach heights of 30 feet or taller.

Technical Details:
  • Height: 6.5 inches tall
  • Diameter: 5.75 inches across
  • Capacity: 6 cups of soil (included)


  • This Tree Growing Pot makes a wonderful gift. It's perfect for housewarmings, going away presents, welcoming new co-workers, graduation, marriage, and other events worth celebrating. Or, you can grow it in your house as a bonsai. A living sculpture makes a beautiful centerpiece.

    This growpot is made from renewable resources and is naturally biodegradable. It is made from rice hulls mixed with organic pigments and other grain hulls. These natural components give the planter a beautiful texture and one-of-a-kind appearance.

    The Japanese Maple pot is very durable and will hold its shape for about 5 years. It can be used indoors or outside, and the pot helps roots breathe easier thanks to microscopic pores that help air circulate.
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