Lechuza

Lechuza Delta Self-Watering Indoor Planter

Whether you place this gorgeous vase in your living room, dining room, study, or bedroom, the classic elegance and sophisticated design of the Lechuza Delta Self-Watering Indoor Planter is ideal for showcasing your favorite plants and flowers. Crafted from strong and durable polypropylene, this lightweight planter is UV-resistant and has a beautiful, glossy finish in your choice of color. An integrated water reservoir waters your plants for you so you don't have to worry about your plant surviving while you're away, or even on a day-to-day basis. A water gauge lets you know when the reservoir is empty and helps to eliminate accidental overwatering. Made to combat fungi and gnats, so you don't have to worry about having little bugs in your beautiful home, this gorgeous planter is also available in a variety of sizes so you can choose the one perfect for your needs.   Additional Features Integrated water reservoir helps keeps plants healthy Water gauge shows when the water reservoir is empty Designed to water plants so you don't have to Eliminates accidental overwatering Made to combat gnats and fungi Gorgeous, delta shape   How the Lechuza Self-Watering System WorksThis modern planter uses a self-watering, sub-irrigation system to nourish your plant. The included separator piece forms a reservoir in the base of the removable planter liner. A supply shaft with water level indicator runs along the inside edge of the liner, making it easy to add water and liquid fertilizer while maintaining complete watering control. A layer of LECHUZA-PON granulate drainage material lies on top of the separator and regulates the amount of water your plant receives - no more rotten roots!   After potting your plant with soil on top of the pon drainage material, you will need to water the plant from above through the soil for the first 12 weeks. Each time you water, fill up the supply shaft, too, and don't forget to add liquid fertilizer every other watering. After that, the plant roots will have grown deep enough to soak up water from the reservoir below. All you have to do is refill the water supply shaft when the level indicator reaches the Min position. At this point, your plant will be entirely self-sufficient for 1-12 weeks, depending on the size of your planter and plant. If using outdoors, remove drainage plug from base to release excess rain water while still maintaining reservoir supply.   read more