What is a self-watering pot?

Self-watering pots offer amazing convenience, they improve water efficiency and plant health. These pots use wicking action to provide water from a built-in reservoir, allowing you to water your plants by simply topping up the reservoir instead of the need to keep track of the moisture level of the soil and watering according to the specific needs of the plants.

How do these pots work?

The pots have a growing bed, potting soil, water reservoir, and wicking system that connects soli with water. Self-watering pots work through capillary action, aka wicking. As the plant roots absorb water, the soil wicks up more, and this, un turn, helps in maintaining consistent moisture in the soil.

  • Growing bed 

  • Potting soil

  • Water reservoir 

  • Wicking system 

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Why choose a self-watering pot? 

Some plants literally grow well in self-watering pots. By providing a consistent level of moisture directly to the roots of plants, these planters are known to increase plant health and yield. These planters are thoughtfully designed to offer just the amount of water your plants need to thrive.

These pots make a perfect solution for those who travel and can't keep up with the watering needs of the plants. All you need is to avoid overwatering as it can adversely affect the health of the plant.

  • Perfect for indoor and outdoor decor 

  • Easy-to-use self-watering pots 

  • Perfect for almost all indoor plants 

  • Long-lasting planters

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