Drilling the bottom out of a terracotta pot?
Has anyone done this?
I've got two Box ball shrubs in small square terracotta pots. They are looking stressed compared to the dwarf hedge around not to mention a nightmare to water. I can't get larger square terracotta pots and putting them in the ground they will disappear as a decorative feature
I'm thinking if I drill out the base the roots can go into the soil while retaining the look.
I've watched and read and you should soak it first and not use the hammer function. But I'm nervous of what I would do with the plants if the pots break. Can't find anything square to take their place.
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