Verve Kulun Beige Knitted Effect Fibreclay Circular Plant Pot

If you are shopping for an eye-catching plant pot, we recommend the Verve Kulun knitted effect fibreclay pot. The circular beige coloured pot has a knitted texture on the outside, giving it a unique look compared to regular planters.

With its fiberclay construction, the Verve Kulun is perfectly suited for both indoors and outdoors. It comes complete with drain holes, so you can safely plant a wide range of plants and flowers in it. Read on for our full review.

Verve Kulun Pot Review

Verve Kulun Pot Review

Verve Kulun Pot in my garden…

What Are You Buying?

1. Knitted Effect Plant Pot

You can get plant pots in different colours, shapes and sizes. But you often don’t see a wide variety of textures. This is why the Verve Kulun pot looks so unique.

Instead of the usual smooth or rough finish you get on most planters, the Verve Kulun pot has a knitted finish.

From the outside it looks like it’s covered in a knitted fabric. But it’s actually the clay that’s been textured to look like that. The pot is not just a place to put your plants, it’s also a decoration. It adds a nice touch wherever you place it.

2. Strong and Durable Fibreclay Pot

The Verve Kulun plant pot is not just beautiful to look at, it’s also well made. It is made from fibreclay, which is a mixture of clay and other materials like fibreglass and resin.

Fibreclay pots have several advantages over clay/Terracotta pots. For one, they are incredibly strong and durable while being relatively lightweight.

Despite being fairly large (42L capacity), the Verve Kulun fibreclay pot only weighs 10kg. A similar size pot made from clay would probably weigh three or four times.

The Verve Kulun fibreclay pot is still heftier than a plastic one, but it’s a lot easier to move around even when it’s full of soil compared to a clay pot.

Fibreclay is also resistant to weather elements. It doesn’t get damaged by the sun, it is frost-resistant and it can withstand rain. So you can position the Verve Kulun fibreclay pot wherever you want, whether indoors or outdoors.

Another big advantage of fibreclay is that it’s more resistant to breaking and cracking thanks to the fibres mixed in with the clay. So the Verve Kulun pot is less likely to get damaged if it’s accidentally knocked over or hit by something.

Large Capacity Planter

The Verve Kulun fibreclay pot is a good choice if you are shopping for a large capacity plant pot. It measures 42cm deep and 46cm wide, and has a volume of 41L. So it’s perfect for plants that need plenty of space to grow and spread roots.

How Easy Is It To Use?

As I mentioned, the Verve Kulun pot is surprisingly light given its size. This is thanks to the fibreclay construction. Most people should be able to lift and move it around, though you may need help once you add soil and plants.

One thing to note, though, is that it lacks a place for holding or lifting. It doesn’t have a handle or a graspable lip like the one you’d find on a plastic planter. So it may be a bit tedious to carry especially when full of soil.

The Verve Kulun fibreclay pot comes with drainage holes, so you don’t have to worry about drilling your own. It drains water well to prevent waterlogging.

What Accessories Are Included?

The Verve Kulun fibreclay pot doesn’t come with any accessories.


  • Strong and durable fibreclay pot.
  • Surprisingly light for its size.
  • Large capacity – suitable for large and deep-rooted plants.
  • Beautiful knitted effect finish.
  • Suitable for indoors and outdoors.
  • Includes drainage holes.


  • Can be tedious to move around since it doesn’t have a handle or lip.
  • Doesn’t come with a tray.

Anything Else You Should Know?

If you plan to use the Verve Kulun pot indoors, on the balcony, porch or anywhere you don’t want water dripping on the floor, we recommend getting a tray to catch water from the drainage holes.


If you love the look and feel of clay pots but find them too heavy and expensive, the Verve Kulun fibreclay pot is a good alternative.

It is just as strong and durable as a clay pot, but cheaper and lighter. With the knitted effect finish, I think it also looks better than most terracotta plant pots.

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