The Experts – Institutions
In many countries horticultural Institutions have adopted the Air-Pot system for their work in research and conservation. The top botanical experts have embraced the benefits of the system and trust it to produce the finest possible plant specimens for their academic research and conservation work.
Royal botanic gardens Edinburgh and the national pinetum at Bedgebury are using the system for the propagation of endangered species, as a part of the international conifer conservation project. While at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew over 2500 species of plant are being grown in Air-Pot containers.
Botanical Institutions in all corners of the world are now working with the Air-Pot system. From the Eden project in England, to PPO in Holland and botanical gardens in Germany, Gibralter and Oman.
“Air-pot containers have revolutionised the way we grow trees for the iCONic project – it is a dynamic system that allows us more flexibility than conventional pots and produces superior plants”
Tom Christian – Royal Botanic garden, Edinburgh
iCONic is a world-leading conservation project based in Scotland that aims to save some of the world’s most remarkable trees from extinction.