Self Watering Planter - 4"
These glass & ceramic self-watering planters are stylish, easy to use, and take the guesswork out of watering.
After adding water to the glass, it will slowly seep through the ceramic liner and become available to the plant roots.
This 4" size is great for most herbs.
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|Growing Medium||Proprietary ‘seed quilts’ made from coconut fiber||Virgin fluff fibers produced from non-chlorine bleached spruce wood||none||coco coir||coco coir||Jute matt|
|Includes a light||no||yes||no||no||no||no|
|Included seeds||2 varieties - varies||3 varieties Red Cabbage, Radish and Mustard||none||4 varieties. Radish, Arugula, Beets and Tatsoi||4 varieties. Arugula, Beets, Komatsuna and Radish||6 varieties. Radish, Kale, Rainbow Mix, Mustard, Spicy Mix and Broccoli|
|USDA Organic Seeds?||Some, not all||Yes||NA||No||No||Yes|
|Grow Area||1 x Large||3 x Medium||1 x Medium/Large||1 x Small||1 x Medium||3 x Small|
|Wattage||20W / 40W||20W||11W||16W / 32W||7W|
|PPF||Small: 23.7 μmol/sec; Large: 42 μmol/sec||25.95 μmol/sec||17 μmol/sec||-||7.3 μmol/sec|
|Efficacy (PPF/W)||1.05 - 1.2||1.3||1.55||-||1.05|
|Mounting||Hanging from wall or ceiling||Inside a pendant or desk lamp||Under cabinet or on a wall||Under cabinet, wall or vertically||Inside a pendant or desk lamp|
|Suitable For||Anything||Anything||Houseplants, Herbs, Leafy Greens||Anything||Small herbs, seed starting|
|Cost||$$$||$$||$$||$$ - $$$$||$|
I bought this as a gift for my niece, a self-professed "plant mom." She's a busy doctor, so this self-watering pot should fit her lifestyle and tend to her plant very well! She let me know that she purchased a plant to go in it, so I'm eager to hear and see the happy results!
I love, love, LOVE these pots! Not only are they beautiiful but they also save me from underwatering my plants. Most are terra cotta but there is one small one in an exquisite shade of blue.
plants Look great and are simple to use. Have had for three weeks and seems my plants are a bit overwatered/soil is too damp, so seems I need to play with how high to fill them to avoid this.