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Installing WallyGro Wally Pro Pockets

by Bold Commerce Collaborator March 09, 2018

Installing WallyGro Wally Pro Pockets

Introducing our newest pocket, the Wally Pro Jr.!

Smaller in size than our beloved Wally Pro 1, the Wally Pro Jr. has a 16" grommet to grommet spacing, an 8" pocket depth, and a 3" back watering panel. Furthermore, the waterproof moisture barrier extends 30% higher on the front panel to reduce potential water run off. 

The Wally Pro Jr comes in a single pocket or double pocket design, with optional Wally Straps for purchase. The Wally Straps are for extending or saddle-bagging pockets; increasing plant coverage while reducing holes. 

See video below for installation; while this video focuses on our Wally Pro Jr. and Strap line, it is applicable for most of our soft-sided Wally Pockets. 

 





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