Imported from Australia, these see-through glass self-watering pots lets you appreciate your plant in its entirety — yes, even the soil and roots! A work of art, truly.
No need to worry about the water reservoir breeding mosquitos because it’s completely covered. You can go away on holiday in peace!
The pot comprises 3 parts:
1. An external glass pot
2. An inner glass cup that holds your plant
3. A wick that absorbs and delivers water to your plant
External pot: 8.6cm (h) x 11.2cm (w)
Inner cup: 6.2cm (h) x 5.6cm (w)
Pictured plant: Fittonia Mini ‘Red Vein’ or Mini ‘Red Vein’ Nerve Plant
Care: Water when soil starts to dry
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Take out the inner cup and fill the external pot with water about 2cm high, ensuring water doesn’t touch the inner cup when you place it back.
HOW OFTEN DO I HAVE TO FILL THE POT WITH WATER?
A good measure is to stick your finger into the soil. If it is dry, it’s a good indication that it needs watering. This could be anywhere between 4-5 days, depending on factors such as the water requirements of your plant, it’s location, how much sunlight it gets, and the weather, among others.
WHAT IF I’M GOING AWAY FOR A FEW WEEKS?
Fill the pot with water till half full. Let the plant sit in water to keep it hydrated for a longer period of time, which will increase its chances of survival. Once you are back, drain the water and water it again when the soil has dried.
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