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Why do I need a SAAD SAK?

Well basically, to plant anything with roots . . .  But why not start with something delicious to eat! You can grow almost anything in a SAAD SAK grow bag! Herbs, fruits, vegetables, flowers and more.
You do not need ‘green fingers’ to have a thriving SAAD SAK container garden on your porch, balcony, patio or windowsill. The only thing you will need is the right container.

Pricing

Due to a variety of materials used for the SAAD SAK the price per pot size may differ. We use only high grade material that will last a long time if well looked after. Below you will find instructions how to grow your fruit and vegetables and how to take good care of you SAAD SAK between seasons. Below is a list of SAAD SAK grow bag sizes.

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SAAD SAK Products

Saad Sak

Saad Sak
With or Without Velcro Strips

From R38

Saad Sak²

Saad Sak²
With Interchangeable Velcro Strip

From R125

Saad Sokkie

Saad Sokkie
Upholstery Fabric With PVC Lining

From R195

Saad Bed

Saad Bed
For your seedlings to grow

From R195

Velcro Strips


Flavour of the day
Velcro Strips
Interchangeable Velcro Strips
Velcro Strips Only

From R35 each

Hanging Macrame

Hanging Macrame
Different Colours Macramé

From R280

SAAD SAK Sizes

Size Chart

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SAAD SAK

What size SAAD SAK do you need?

Size (Liter) Suggested vegetables & fruits to plant

5

Works well for Peppers, Lettuce or Peas
10
Works for Tomatoes, but flowers, herbs, potatoes, and small fruiting trees will flourish too.

40

These grow bags are quite large and can accommodate a whole garden in one container. You can mix and match to grow potatoes, tomatoes and basil all in one container. Salad greens and spinach are other favourites.
500
If you like the idea of having a larger planting area similar to a raised bed you can also try out the 500L SAAD SAK. This gives you the freedom to grow as many plants as you want, all within a single container.

The SAAD SAK will outlast any plastic container provided they are stored properly in the off-season. The biggest advantage is the fact that the SAAD SAK is a lot better for the environment too.

how to Prepare your SAAD SAK

Fill the Saad Sak with clay pebbles to assist with drainage. If the type of potting mix you’re using is not susceptible to drainage, it’s best to line the bottom of your bag with clay pebbles. A 2.5 cm layer of pebbles at the bottom of your bag will be sufficient.

Fill the Saad Sak with clay pebbles to assist with drainage. If the type of potting mix you’re using is not susceptible to drainage, it’s best to line the bottom of your bag with clay pebbles. A 2.5 cm layer of pebbles at the bottom of your bag will be sufficient.

Add soil to your Saad Sak. You can use a gardening soil, a compost made specifically for containers, or you can make your own mix. Fill the container up almost all the way, leaving approx. 6 cm of space at the top. Shake the container a bit and knead it to loosen it up.

Dig a hole in the soil with your hands, and plant your seeds, cover them with the soil. Feel free to add compost items from leftover kitchen scraps.

Add soil to your Saad Sak. You can use a gardening soil, a compost made specifically for containers, or you can make your own mix. Fill the container up almost all the way, leaving approx. 6 cm of space at the top. Shake the container a bit and knead it to loosen it up.

Dig a hole in the soil with your hands, and plant your seeds, cover them with the soil. Feel free to add compost items from leftover kitchen scraps.

The Saad Sak is easy to move and can be placed in a variety of locations. They can be placed on a windowsill, balcony, outside in a garden, or on your porch. Consider the amount of sunlight your plants will need when choosing the location.

The Saad Sak is easy to move and can be placed in a variety of locations. They can be placed on a windowsill, balcony, outside in a garden, or on your porch. Consider the amount of sunlight your plants will need when choosing the location.

You will need to add support to tall or top-heavy plants. You can use any of the below shown methods to do this. The easiest way is to insert a cane stick into the soil next to the plant.Tie the plant to the cane, and attach the cane stick to a frame.

You will need to add support to tall or top-heavy plants. You can use any of the below shown methods to do this. The easiest way is to insert a cane stick into the soil next to the plant.Tie the plant to the cane, and attach the cane stick to a frame.

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