Bought for avid gardner/daycare lady. PERFECT! Even the kids can use it and the verbiage seemed fit.
Jefferson City, MO
Unfortunately this comes without instructions, so the recipient had to watch videos online to see how to use the seed pot maker. Otherwise it seems to work well, it looks good, and it's a way for us to make our own pots while recycling. It's also a touch overpriced.
I've tried using a small glass to make my own paper pots and ended up with sore wrists. After receiving this product, I had a number of pots made, almost without even having to think about it. I am SO glad that I got it!
My son loves this because it is a natural way to start seeds. It also helps to prevent transplant shock. Wonderful product!!
This is a terrific little tool. I've used another version with a wider end for the palm of the hand, and this one is much more comfortable. When I make newspaper pots, I make a thousand at a time, so comfort is important! I will be ordering a few more of these for gardening friends.
I found three different makers for this type of product when searching online. I ended up purchasing this style because of the heirloom quality. This works so amazingly well and is super easy to use. We do not get the newspaper - however, we used a bunch of brown paper bags and they worked great!! Our two-year old was able to fill these with seed starter soil - and the brown paper bag made the pot sturdy - but not as thick as peat pots. Roots were able to break through easily. This would make a great gift for friends and family! You could put it in a brown paper bag with some seeds and a great pot to transplant to as a housewarming gift :-)
My husband will love it!
Great gift and I bought one for personal use. Easy and original. Love this!!!!!!
Asbury Park, NJ
Just the best idea ever - the pots that come out of this little contraption are sturdy and environmentally sound. i have been just planting the pots straight into the ground with no problems at all. works so well i have bought a couple of others for friends.
Mary the faux farmer