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How big is a 1 gallon pot?

Pot Sizes (inches) Pot Equivalent (U.S. Gallons) International (Liters)
5-6″ pot quart / 0.25 gallon 1 L [.946]
7-8″ pot 1 gallon 4L [3.78]
8.5″ pot 2 gallon 7.5 L [7.57]
10″ pot 3 gallon 11 L [11.35]

Besides, how many inches is a 1 gallon pot?

7-8 inch pot (18-20 cm) = 1 gallon (4L) = 0.15 cu. ft. 8.5 inch pot (22 cm) = 2 gallon (7.5L) = 0.3 cu.

Beside above, how do you figure out gallons in a pot? How to Calculate Gallons in a Container

  1. Measure the interior length, width, and depth of a rectangular or square container.
  2. Calculate the container’s volume in cubic inches.
  3. Divide the total number of cubic inches by 231 to get the number of gallons in the container.

Correspondingly, what size is a 2 gallon pot?

These blow-molded pots are known as a 2 gallon trade pot and they are used by nurseries. These pots actually hold An Actual Volume Of: 1.593 gallons gallons and not 2 full gallon . Pot dimensions (9 Inch Diameter x 8.5 inch Depth) and the have 5 Drain Holes.

How big is a gallon?

The US liquid gallon (frequently called simply “gallon“) is legally defined as 231 cubic inches, which is exactly 3.785411784 litres. A US liquid gallon of water weighs about 8.34 pounds or 3.78 kilograms at 62 °F (17 °C), making it about 16.6% lighter than the imperial gallon.

Inches to Gallons to Liters to Cubic Feet Pot Sizes (inches) Pot Equivalent (U.S. Gallons) International (Liters) 5-6′ pot quart / 0.25 gallon 1 L [.946] 7-8′ pot 1 gallon 4L [3.78] 8.5′ pot 2 gallon 7.5 L [7.57] 10′ pot 3 gallon 11 L [11.35]

Plant Sizes

One gallon plants are going to be the most inexpensive way to purchase shrubs. You can purchase tiny quarts from other garden centers but we only sell big bushes. The 1 gallon pot size is approximately 6 to 7 inches tall and wide. Expect the plant size to be between 6 inches to 2 feet tall and 6 to 18 inches wide. 1 gallon shrubs establish and grow quickly once planted in the ground and watered properly.

This nursery pot size is just right for those of you who want the best of both worlds. 2 gallon plants are more developed than 1 gallon plants, but cheaper than 3 gallon. 2 gallon pots are generally 8 to 10 inches wide and tall. 2 gallon plants are usually between 10 inches to 2.5 feet tall and 10 to 22 inches wide. This size is a great size to get started with, not too small and not too hard on the wallet.

The three gallon size plants are going to be much more developed. Our 3 gallon plants are fully developed and ready to plant. They have a root ball that is about 10 x 11 inches. These plants are generally 1 to 3 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide depending on the type of shrub. 3 Gallon plants look nicer in your landscape and offer instant impact.

Shrub Sizes

1 gallon shrubs are young bushes grown in 1 gallon nursery pots. These small bushes are cheaper than bigger shrubs. They are a great option for those of us on a budget. Young plants often establish faster than older plants. 1 gallon shrubs grow and acclimate quickly once planted in the ground.

3 gallon shrubs are bushes grown in 3 gallon nursery pots. These shrubs are more mature than 1 gallon shrubs often by a couple of years. These plants have a more developed root system and sturdier thicker trunks and branches. 3 gallon bushes can be twice the size of the same plant in a 1 gallon pot so you get more instant color and impact in the landscape than you do with smaller shrubs.

Tree Sizes

This Sky Pencil Holly is in a 1 gallon container and is 1 to 2 feet tall. By next year it will be much wider and up to 1 foot taller. 1 to 2 ft size trees are great for an inexpensive hedge where you may need larger quantities. They will grow quickly and save you money on your purchase. Each tree will come in a container with soil and be rooted in.

This is our 3 to 4 ft Thuja Green Giant tree. It is much larger and wider than our 1 to 2 ft size. If you are looking for a fast growing privacy hedge that will take less time to fill in, then our 3 to 4 ft size tree would be the best option for you. This size tree is nicely developed and has a mature root ball that will establish quickly in your landscape.

This is our 3 to 4 ft Thuja Green Giant tree. It is much larger and wider than our 1 to 2 ft size. If you are looking for a fast growing privacy hedge that will take less time to fill in, then our 3 to 4 ft size tree would be the best option for you. This size tree is nicely developed and has a mature root ball that will establish quickly in your landscape.

Our 4 to 5 feet trees are mature and well branched. These trees will give you a great start on a beautiful landscape. You will find Shade Trees, Flowering Trees, and Privacy Trees in this tree size. Our 4 to 5 feet trees offers a variety of different colors, mature sizes, and looks to give you just the right style for your yard and home.

Here we go showcase the different size plant pots that we offer. Choose from a variety of sizes, perfect for all occasions.