Self watering Planter – Blue:
Our self-watering small planters have a water reservoir in the bottom of the planter with perforated tubes that extend up to the divider which holds the soil. The perforations allow water into the tubes, yet are small enough to limit soil erosion back into the water chamber. The planters are designed to store enough of water in the reservoir and, under normal growing conditions, these units only need to be filled about once a week. (There is an overflow drain just below the soil level to make sure that the planter is never over-saturated)
Plants flourish best in an environment where they are never under stress. Worried on stress free facility for your plants?
The solution is our self-watering small reservoir planters. they never allow too much or too little moisture. Plants need water and oxygen as well as the nutrients they find in the soil. With our planters, the soil is never saturated, so air is always available. You can even use water soluble fertilizers tailored specifically to the plants. The results are larger, stronger plants with more vibrant colors and more blooms. This also helps in less weed germination and a cleaner presentation is noticed and deep rooting is encouraged because of the lower water table, promotes superior lush plant growth.
• Water reservoir that eliminates daily watering
• Up to 60% reduction in water usage
• Filter column allows water to permeate through the soil encouraging deep root growth
• Dry surface less weed growth
• Water level indicator helps in ease of operation.
How It Works:
GreenMyLife Self-watering planters have a very simple design and work on basic concepts. A plastic, hollow platform rests in the bottom of the pot to create the reservoir. The top of the platform is solid, with one or more holes to allow water to drain from the plant’s soil and collect underneath.