1) In the long run you will save money on water
2) They can be stored indoor or outdoors with self watering feature effectively a smart saucer.
3) You wont need your friend or neighbour over ever day to water the plant when your on holiday.
4) Self Watering Pots prevent your pots getting ruined from weeds.
5) Self Watering Pots prevent plants from getting too moist and reduce the chance of disease.
6) It saves you chore of watering your plants every day.
Planters are a great way to add colour and variety to your garden or outdoor space. If you don’t have a garden, or your outdoor space is a courtyard or balcony, they can be the perfect option when it comes to growing plants. Planters allow you to get creative, change how your garden looks, and can also be used to grow fruit, herbs and vegetables.
Plants in planters do require extra care and attention compared to those planted in the ground, not least when it comes to watering. Don’t give them enough or be irregular with your watering and your plants can quickly become under stress.
Is there any way you can reduce the time you spend watering while helping your plants to thrive? Self-watering pots may be the answer.
A self-watering plant pot is a planter which has one section to store the plant and the soil and a separate section below to store the excess water. This water can then be used when the roots require it. The tray at the bottom can act as a removable saucer. This simple yet effective self-watering system for potting plants makes your gardening life much simpler.
Self-watering pots are an effective way to reduce the amount of time that you need to spend watering your plants while ensuring that your much-loved flowers and shrubs have all the water they need.
All kinds of plants can thrive in self-watering pots, but they are particularly effective for Buxus, Japanese irises, perennials and evergreens that require regular moisture.
Our self-watering pots come in a range of sizes, colours and materials. Self-watering terracotta-style pots are a classic favourite. Traditional terracotta pots are heavier than plastic pots and are more prone to drying out, making terracotta-style plastic a practical alternative.
Plastic is long-lasting and retains moisture. The range of colours and sizes in self-watering plastic pots also give you plenty of options to add interest to your garden space.
As well as terracotta-style planters, there are also anthracite, cherry pink, light pink, yellow, white and green in our range.
Our round self-watering pots are available in a range of sizes from 20cm to 41cm (8 inches to 19 inches) and our window box style self-watering planters range from 30cm to 54 cm (12 inches to 21 inches) in length.
Our range makes it easy to find the right size planter for your plants and your available space.
We are passionate about providing our customers with the best quality products at competitive prices. Not only that, our easy ordering process and outstanding customer service make it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Our range of self-watering planters and pots can help make gardening easier while ensuring your outdoor space looks its best even during long dry spells.
If you have any questions about self-watering planters or any other products, we’ll be happy to help.