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    DECO Self-Watering Planter in ANTHRACITE

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    DECO Self-Watering Planter in ANTHRACITE



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    Plants make you happy?

    Make them happy too! Be their best caregivers and provide them with everything in addition to appropriate water maintenance with our self watering pot.

    The unique texture of polypropylene promises planters durability and strength. It offers its unique color and stability against UV which ensures long-life optimal durability to withstand even extreme weather conditions without fading or warping.


    No More Spillage

    These decorative large self watering pots use external pot to collect the water that drains from the internal pot. Without this, it can easily spill onto your carpets, floors and furniture. So after each watering, the lower pot will capture the excess water. The bottom of the self watering pots feature 4 hollow legs that allow the soil to suck up the water and grow roots above the reservoir.


    Eliminates the Guesswork

    Water pots for plants are designed to allow plants to draw up water as and when they need it. Self watering plant pot is a great option to prevent overwatering when you are not around. 

    Modern indoor pot planter eliminates the inconsistency in watering by allowing the plant to absorb from a reservoir. It simplifies knowing when to water as all you need to do is refill the reservoir when it is empty. Water it once and forget about it for 3-4 weeks.

    Grow Happier Plants

    Flower pot watering system features large open slats to benefit your plants from optimal airflow. The spacious diameter is suitable to grow delicate plants such as Aloe, African violets and Dahlias.  Self water planter keeps them from the waterlog of over-watering and the drying out of under-watering. Automatic watering pot also provides more consistent soil moisture for a longer period within the pot while alleviating the risk of plant conditions