As well as helping your plants, Pot Toes are good for the surface under the container. Pot Toes reduce staining and rotting and make it easier to clean under containers of all types.
How To Use Pot Toes
Tilt the container and slip Pot Toes under as shown on the left. Push in until only the "toe" is visible. The "toe" always points up.
- For a round pot or container, use three Pot Toes, spaced evenly around the pot
- For a square or rectangular pot, planter or container, use four Pot Toes, typically two Pot Toes on each long side.
- To increase the height of the container above the deck or patio surface, stack Pot Toes two high.
- Pot Toes can also be used for leveling, particularly if the slope is slight or moderate. Depending on your slope, Pot Toes can be used in many ways, for example: Put one Pot Toe at each side of the container towards the bottom of the slope and none at the back where the slope is higher, as shown on the left.
- Or stack Pot Toes two high on each side of the container towards the bottom of the slope and one where the slope is higher.