It’s time gardeners fessed up—no one likes constantly watering container gardens. They’re beautiful and moveable, and they allow for growing plants in all sorts of ungrowable places. But keeping them at correct moisture levels is an absolute pain.
When was the last time they were watered? Did it rain? How moist is too moist? Container gardening should make life beautiful, not complicated. Which is why self-watering containers are the perfect solution. The right one will keep plants in the green, and most require only weekly water refills. Below, options for all types of plants.
These white matte ceramic homes for succulent, cacti, and air plants are perfect for the windowsill, office, kitchen, desktop, tabletop, or even the bedroom. It comes with watering pipette, self-watering string, and drainage hole that lets excess water flow out to keep plant roots healthy and prevent rot. (Check out the 7 easiest succulents to grow, and 3 of the hardest.)
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