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Windowsill Self-Watering Planter - White
|Price:||$38.97 + $12.50 shipping|
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- Made of strong, weather-resistant and UV-resistant plastic.
- Features a water reservoir that draws excess water up and keeps it at the plant's roots where it is needed most.
- Measures 16" wide x 6" deep x 7" high.
- Planting volume approx. 1.3 gallons.
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For the perfect mix of style and functionality, the Windowsill Planter can't be beat. With its innovative sub-irrigation system your plant will supply itself with the amount of water needed for optimal growth, for up to 12 weeks (depending on planter size, plant type and location). Perfect for gardeners on the go or on vacation. The Windowsill Planter is made of strong, weather-resistant and UV-resistant plastic. It features a water reservoir that draws excess water up and keeps it at the plant's roots where it is needed most. Comes with Pon, a water-absorbing material that feeds just the right amount of water to your plants. And the water level indicator lets you know when it's time to give your plant more water. The Windowsill Planter is perfect for gardening indoors and in small spaces. Use it for houseplants, orchids, or to grow an herb garden right in your kitchen. Measures 16" wide x 6" deep x 7" high. Planting volume approx. 1.3 gallons.
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The construction of the container is molded plastic, much like what can be expected from other quality planters at a garden supply store. The water level gauge is a thin plastic with a simple red straw inside. The interior is the same molded plastic as the exterior with protruding convex-shaped cups on the bottom that have small slats to allow water seepage.
In general, these planters are not worth $50, but they are the best design out of all self-watering planters.
The color is nice (white and simple) and I'm sure it'll look great with anything. I like that it's narrow and cylindrical instead of wide and boxy. Very aesthetically pleasing. I will keep posted if it kills my herb garden as I just started using the self-watering part. So far so good.
****Two weeks later, and my herbs all died. It looked like from over-watering. I dumped the dead plants, got new ones, drained the water from the storage area underneath, and use it just for the planter and water it from the top. It turns out that basil like slightly drier soil. Obviously, you should check your plant to see what kind of soil it likes. This planter keeps the soil positively moist ALL THE TIME. It was too much for my poor basil plants. I think I'll keep this (I still like how it looks) and use the self-watering part for when I'm off on vacay for a while, fill it (but all the way), and hope my plants don't die. So far, my new plants are very happy.