There are several ways to plant a Japi planter. We prefer to avoid driptrays where possible since they affect the appearance of the sleek shape of the styles.
1. In undercover areas you may use the planter with no holes and use cheaper plastic pots inside with upside down plastic pots to lift the plant to the correct height. The Japi planter acts as the driptray, saving money on the driptray and avoiding staining of your tiles from water that overflows or collects under the driptray.
2. In outdoor areas it may be necessary to drill holes for drainage. (Please request this in a message at checkout if you would like us to send them pre-drilled). If the planter is standing on an area where the water can drain out without causing a problem, then avoid a driptray.
3. Outdoors on tiles. In this case you will probably need to opt for a driptray.
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Why choose a Japi planter?
Japi planters are a stylish new range of planters ideal for current decor trends. Convenience and durability is front and centre when choosing these lightweight polyresin plant pots that are crack resistant carrying a 10 year warranty. They are UV protected for both indoor and outdoor use.
Undercover there is the option to use them as a cover pot with no need for an additional driptray. Alternatively holes can easily be drilled. (Leave a note in the checkout to have them pre-drilled or give yourself the choice to drill yourself). Driptrays are available in the same durable material.