Eric Suchman on wed 31 jul 02
While growing up inthe nursery business in New England I remember
several green houses that had special rose pots. These resembled the
standard clay pot but were taller, slimmer, slightly heavier, and the rim
was about 1/3 of the height, and of course terra cottal. They were designed
to allow the seedling roses the room for a deeper root structure and in the
case of cuttings to allow room for a good length of cutting to be below soil
level to develope roots over a larger orea of the stock.
Just a little fun fact.
Eric in Oceanside