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A flower pot is a vessel (container, container) intended for growing plants in artificial (domestic) conditions and can have various sizes and shapes. Depending on the material used to make pots for flowers, there are: plastic, ceramic, metal, clay, wooden, glass, stone or polycarbonate.
Flower pots, in contrast to decorative flower pots, have one or more drainage holes at the bottom, designed to drain water. Drainage holes are necessary to ensure that the roots of the plant do not rot from excessive waterlogging. The drainage holes also make it possible to moisten the soil by pouring water into the pan, the so-called bottom watering.
Flower pots can be used for various purposes: transporting plants, growing seedlings, growing plants indoors and outdoors, including growing indoors heat-loving tropical plants in cold climatic regions.
Flower pots have been used for centuries. The ancient Egyptians used them to transport plants from one place to another. The ancient Romans began to bring potted plants into the room during the cold season. In the 18th century, flower pots were used to transport breadfruit seeds from Tahiti to the West Indies.