Here are five options for self-watering planters ranging from the upscale to their homemade counterparts you can make yourself. Whether you call them sub-irrigation planters or self-watering planters-the way they function is the same. Water is held in a reservoir and capillary action delivers water into the growing medium keeping your planters consistently moist.
1. Self-Watering Planters by Lechuza
If the reason you havenâ€™t jumped on the self-watering planter craze is because the containers arenâ€™t very attractive the containers by Lechuza just might make you a fan. Yes, the planters arenâ€™t inexpensive, but their aesthetic approach to self-watering containers makes them worth the investment if looks matter to you. The planters are stylish, modern, and come in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes.
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