Custom Coconut Stave Pot Liners

Bulk order: Available


Custom Coconut Pot Liners, 100% Pure Coconut Shell, Natural Husk Coir and Intact Raw Outer Seed Skin. Used By Premier Thai Orchid and Plant Nurseries to Pot / Repot New Seedlings and Professionally Propagate From Stem Cuts


  • CUSTOMIZE YOUR POT LINER: These hand harvested coconut shells are the remnants of the prized seed that contains the coveted coconut milk and meaty copra, which are prime ingredients in traditional Thai cuisine.  Nothing goes to waste as these pieces are packaged up and sold to orchid and plant nurseries throughout the Kingdom.


  • USE WHAT THE PROS DO:  These hand cut shells are used as the primary pot liner foundation for any soil, mineral based, or mulch potting mix.  It’s not compressed bricks, processed, or shredded chips of coconut linings; it’s the real deal.  It is the complete natural coir with the raw outer coconut skin.  


  • NOT JUST FOR ORCHIDS:  While the entire coconut package can be used as an orchid propagation box.  The immediate value for the home gardener is using the shells to construct your custom pot liners.  Once your foundation is in place, any potting medium can then fill out the pot.  To propagate orchids, wrapping the stem cutting seedlings for individual pots is how its done in Thailand.  The coconut coir is naturally mold-proof and both ultraviolet (UV) and element resistant.


  • PLANTER PACK SIZE: The pack contains approximated 20 shelled quartered pieces and measures approximately 11” x 9” x 4” and tightly bound with a packing strap.  That binding stays intact if used as an orchid propagation box.  For custom pot liners, the strap is removed and pieces can be cut with scissors to fit the pot.  The staves will last for up to 4 years before decomposing. This pack will line approximately ten 4” and eight 6” pots.


  • ORCHID READY:  This simple but highly effective coconut shell with coir accoutrement is viewed as essential to many Thai professional and home aficionado orchid growers for successful propagation and arguably produces some of the most beautiful orchids on the planet