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Ceramic pots are not only useful for plants, but they are also attractive. Plastic can be an indication of environmental negligence. Ceramic pots, on the other hand, are attractive and can be adorned and used as an interior decoration. The relaxing atmosphere created by the various ceramic pots and live plants in them is particularly appealing.

       Ceramic planters have the following advantages:

  • Porous clay pots, also known as unglazed mud, allow air and water to pass through the pot's sides.

  • Root development is stimulated by air development, resulting in more favourable plants. However, the earth also wicks moisture out of the soil, making decorative pots a better choice if you tend to overwater or have plants that prefer dry soils.

  • Coated fired pots take longer to dry but keep air out. Plastic pots, like ceramic pots, do not allow air to circulate and retain moisture for longer.

  • Depending on how you look at it, the various loads and thicknesses of ceramic and plastic pots might be either advantageous or inconvenient.

  • Plastic pots have thinner partitions than ceramic pots.

  • If the houseplants are relocated outside at any point during the year, the thick ceramic pot serves as protection for the roots from temperature variations.