Round Self Irrigation, Self Watering Planter Inserts
are a great solution for someone that is looking to water there plants less
frequently. With a wide selection of sizes and shapes these self watering
self irrigating planter inserts will fit into a wide selection of standard
vase-shaped, round and square planters. Self Irrigating planter inserts
are great for indoors and outdoors. With a proven vacuum-sensor technology
that's precisely monitors the moisture level you will grow plants and flowers
better then you've ever grown them before. These self irrigating, self
watering planter inserts will only need to be filled once every 2-3 weeks
depending on the environment and weather conditions.
Besides a giddy amount of freedom from watering all your container plants - especially in climate where daily watering - and even 2x daily watering is needed during hot spells. But ultimately something even more entrancing occurs with self watering your container pots - by allowing each plant to take up its own moisture, each gets the perfect amount. And perfect moisture is one of the best ways to create the perfectly grown plant. Another plus for these self-watering plant inserts is that they maintain that ideal moisture-oxygen balance you can work forever to achieve by fiddling with your potting mix.
You'll be amazed at what even your old standby flowers for pots will do. People will ask for tips on growing flowers or other ornamentals in containers. Self watering pots make it easier to grow plants that drink lots of water like lantana and fuchsia, which love self irrigating planters. Self watering round pots have been challenging to design, but we've now stocked a good inventory of round self irrigation, self watering planter inserts sized for pots from 18 to 40 inches wide. They stand 14.5 to 27 inches tall, slightly smaller than corresponding pots.
Our self irrigating container inserts only require water sparingly, and generally allow you to water your container plants one fourth as often as the traditional watering can method. So once every 4 days would become your most frequent watering schedule. Water-thrifty plants have been knows to go as long as 2 to 3 weeks without water. Heavenly when you're home and a big worry-saver when you travel. All accommodate a garden hose for filling and prevent almost all wasteful evaporation. Rain will run through when its moisture isn't needed, so you avoid the pitfalls of too much water, too.