The best pot risers will help make your plants healthier, preventing over-watering, lifting them from damaging frosts, and protecting them from pesky insects and hungry gastropods. Pot feet can also help protect your outdoor surfaces, such as decking, from rot and mold damage. There are lots of different solutions available to suit all shapes, sizes, and types of pots and planters. We've selected what we consider to be the best pot risers available now.
Level pots on an uneven surface
The Bosmere pot toes work on all pots or planters regardless of shape and size up to 500 pounds. They measure in at 3-inches in length. As well as doing a great job of lifting and protecting your plant pots, these risers are especially good for leveling pots on an uneven surface.
Made of durable polyresin
These adorable elephants are made from durable polyresin material. This trio of pachyderms can handle a weight capacity of up to 75 pounds. They measure 2.5-inches tall and are 3.75-inches long. Goodman and Wife offer a veritable zoo of pot risers with turtles, frogs, lions, and bears also available.
A non-nonsense choice in black rubber
This value pack gives you 20 rubber raisers. They will securely lift your plant pots 0.75 inches off the ground. These risers are made of 100 percent recycled rubber. They are virtually indestructible and can support up to 6,000 pounds. Each riser measures 2-by-2-by-0.75 inches.
For indoor and outdoor use
These plant stands offer a circular solution. They come in four sizes — 5, 8, 10, and 14 inches. If you're looking for a see-through option, this stand is available in a clear frost transparent version, as well as moss green, terracotta brown, peppercorn grey, and obsidian black. They are made from 35 percent recycled plastic.
Handmade in the USA
Add a splash of Mediterranean cobalt blue to your garden with these attractive pot feet. These are made from all-weather, frost-proof clay. They are hand-dipped using Roo Pottery's custom handmade glazes. Each pot foot measures 3-inches long and stands 1.5-inches tall.
Perfect for four flower pots
Another eco-friendly option, these pot risers are made from 100 percent recycled rubber. Virtually indestructible, three of these pot feet can support up to 9,000 pounds. These risers come in a 16-pack, so you can uplift four to five plant pots.
Avoid decking damage
This plant stand from Bosmere is suitable for pots from 4 to 12 inches. If you have a pot with a base smaller than 12 inches, you simply cut off the excess on the stand's arms. It can support up to 500 pounds. The design also has a transparent design for an unobtrusive look.
Offering strong stability
These come in a pack of 12, or a more economically priced 20 pack. They are ideal for anyone looking for a stable solution. This is because the hexagonal shape offers six axis points for solid balance. These risers also boast a matrix grid bottom for extra grip to prevent pots skidding.
A dome-shaped solution
These pot risers are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. They have a dome-shaped design, giving your pot a lift of around 0.5 inches. These risers each measure 2 inches in diameter and come in a four-pack, which is the recommended number to use on a single pot. They can lift up to 3,000 pounds.
Very good boys to guard your pots
Another option that falls slightly into the novelty category, these canine risers can support up to 50 pounds. They have a hand-painted, bronze finish that is UV resistant for longevity. These pups are crafted from a crushed stone polyresin for a stone-like finish.
Our overall staff pick is the Bosmere 12-pack of pot toes. This very popular option offers an affordable and practical solution to get your plant pots off the ground. They are also excellent for stabilizing pots on uneven ground.
If we're considering the aesthetics of pot risers, we really like Goodman and Wife's set of 3 elephant-shaped pot feet. They aren't the most capable when it comes to load-bearing, but we just love the playful design.
If you need an option that withstands heavy weights, consider the Foraineam 20-pack flower pot feet. These risers come in a generous amount and can cope with a weight of up to 6,000 pounds.