How do you calculate pot size in Litres?

How do you calculate pot size in Litres?

Simply, multiply the height by the width by the diameter. Now you have calculated the cubic centimetres of you pot, simply divide by a thousand to arrive at litres.

How are plant pot sizes measured?

Pots are usually measured by diameter. So, a 6″ pot will be 6 inches across, measured at the top of the pot. Tall narrow pots will be better for plants that like moist conditions and shallow wide pots are better for plants that like dry conditions.

What are typical plant pot sizes?

Plant Container Sizes

  • 2.5 Quart Sized Pots:
  • 1 Gallon / #1 Container Sized Pots: Gallons depend on variety, but on average are typically around 8-12” tall and sometimes even taller.
  • 2 Gallon / #2 Container Sized Pots:
  • 3 Gallon / #3 Container Sized Pots:

How many Litres is a 12 inch pot?

12 inch (30 cm) = 11.2 dry quarts (12.3L) = 0.48 cu. ft.

How big is a 5 litre plant pot?

Plant Pot Size Guide Pot Size Pot Diameter Pot Height 5 Litre 22.5cm 18cm 7 Litre 25cm 20cm 10 Litre 28cm 22.5cm 15 Litre 33cm 30cm

What’s the correct size for a pot in a nursery?

Oftentimes, the particular plant and its current size determine the pot sizes used in nurseries. For instance, most shrubs and tree are sold in 1-gallon (4 L) pots – otherwise known as a #1 pot size. The # symbol is used to reference each class number size. Smaller containers (i.e. 4-inch or 10 cm.

How big is a pot at Jacksons nurseries?

The majority of plants sold online by Jacksons Nurseries come potted in pots of various sizes. Most pot sizes are referred to by their volume capacity in litres, with the exception of pots that are smaller than 1 Litre which are usually refereed to by the diameter of the top of the pot.

How big does a 15G pot need to be?

This is the next size up from a 15g. These pots are typically about 18 to 20 inches wide and 16 to 18 inches deep. They weight anywhere from 125 to 150 pounds with their soil.