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Buy Compact plug plant trainer: This compact recycled plastic plant trainer will allow you to grow cuttings or seedlings like the professionals without the need for a greenhouse.<br><br>It has been designed to promote a healthy root system that will only have to endure the minimum disturbance when it comes to potting on or planting out. When plants are ready to be moved on, simply push the growing tray down into the bottom section and the plants automatically pop up, so there is no need to squeeze, pull and jiggle them out.<br><br>Made to sit on a sunny windowsill, it comes with an integral water reservoir and a lid that can be turned 90 degrees to adjust the ventilation. It can also be reused again and again. Made from 100% recyclable plastic.

This compact recycled plastic plant trainer will allow you to grow cuttings or seedlings like the professionals without the need for a greenhouse.

It has been designed to promote a healthy root system that will only have to endure the minimum disturbance when it comes to potting on or planting out. When plants are ready to be moved on, simply push the growing tray down into the bottom section and the plants automatically pop up, so there is no need to squeeze, pull and jiggle them out.

Made to sit on a sunny windowsill, it comes with an integral water reservoir and a lid that can be turned 90 degrees to adjust the ventilation. It can also be reused again and again. Made from 100% recyclable plastic.

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What are the dimensions of this product? thanks

bunnykins

Hello, The dimensions are as below; Height 14cm Base 22.5 x 20cm Hope this helps!

Andy

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