Call us dreamers but we want to live in a world where everyone has the opportunity to grow which is why we are so incredibly excited to introduce RediRoot to the home gardener. Come grow with us.
Benefits of RediRoot
Reduces Transplant Shock
RediRoot reduces the transplant shock that traditionally happens when you move a plant out of its container and give it a new home.
Aeration to the roots provides air-pruning which prevents those circling roots we are all so familiar with. Air-pruning also signals plants to grow new roots.
Rapid Nutrient Uptake
With air pruning encouraging new root growth your plants will be able to utilize water and nutrients more efficiently.
Ready To Grow
In RediRoot, roots are healthy and vigorous, and less susceptible to disease all of this makes for plants that are ready to explode with new growth.
Herbs, Vegetables, and More
RediRoot is a perfect environment for a variety of vegetables and edible plants. In fact you’ll often hear us talk about how you can grow more tomatoes!
Whether indoors or outdoors some ornamental plants can be tricky to grow. RediRoot helps maintain an even soil moisture that gives roots room to breathe.
How Does It Work
Frequently Asked Questions
I have a “brown thumb” will RediRoot help me be a better gardener?
RediRoot can help keep a consistent soil moisture and air-pruning naturally tends to increase the yield of fruit bearing plants and food crops so you will likely see more tomatoes. Still growing plants, like any new skill, is learned over time. We encourage new gardeners to keep learning and keep growing. In that same spirit, we will be growing too, working towards providing more information, resources, and tools that will help us all grow better plants and trees.
How can I place an order?
What is air root pruning? What’s so great about it, anyway?
Won’t the soil run out the sides?
Why are circling roots bad for my plants and trees?
When roots begin to circle, as they do in a traditional solid wall container, they never stop. This means that over time circling roots strangle your plants and trees. Circling also reduces fibrous root growth. (Fibrous roots are what help your plants absorb water and nutrients.)