Jiffy Pot Round 100mm
100% Biodegradable Jiffy pots. Made from sustainable compressed sphagnum peat and wood pulp. Simply add your own seed raising mix, plant seeds or cuttings and keep well watered. Once seedlings are established and are ready to plant out, just dig a hole & plant the seedling- pot and all! Prevents seedlings from transplant shock as there is no potential for damaging the fragile root system of your new seedlings. Fully biodegradable and organic they are perfect for use in your veggie garden. Perfect size for herb seeds such as basil, parsley, coriander, chives, thyme, dill and oregano.
Individual 10cm round pots.
Dimensions: 10cm wide x 8cm high
Product code: J30033500
We deliver Australia wide.
All orders are dispatched from our warehouse in Knoxfield, Victoria, Australia.
We do not deliver overseas.
Shipping cost is calculated using all the items in your shopping cart and your delivery postcode. The table below outlines the delivery options and costs.
Order dispatch time is currently 1-3 business days plus delivery time.
Please note we are unable to guarantee specific delivery dates or delivery timeframes, all delivery times are estimates only.
|Order contains:||Delivery options:||Delivery cost per order|
|VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS, SA, NT||WA|
|Small seed packets ONLY -||Economy Delivery||$3.00 or FREE on orders over $25||$5|
|Parcel Delivery||Capped rate of $8.99|
BULK seed, garden supplies, tools, or accessories -
Capped rate of $8.99
|Starting from $15.00
(Calculated by weight)
|Live Plants -||Live plants||Capped rate of $10.00|
*All orders sent to Western Australia are subject to mandatory inspection and fees by Quarantine WA. These fees are included in all shipping costs above.
**We will replace all orders that are lost or damaged in transit however we will not replace or refund orders simply because they were delivered later than estimated. Full details here.
Ratings & Reviews
Jiffy Pot Round 100mmJiffy Pot Round 100mmI love these pots, so good for potting on small tomato seedlings in the hot house. They're brilliant. But I note they contain "sustainable sphagnum". I didn't know there was such a thing, so I want to know what this is, and where these pots are coming from... are they imported from countries where sphagnum moss harvest is not in fact sustainable? OR, is this a name for something else like coconut fibre, which probably is sustainable? More information please.
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