Self-Watering Planters by Lechuza

Self-Watering Planters by Lechuza

Jess Watson
Nov 25, 2009
Plants do not generally fare well in my home. In fact, I've never met a plant I didn't kill. I would love to have a home accented with oxygen emitting greenery, if only I could remember to water them. Lechuza has answered my flora filled dreams with their attractive self watering planters. With distractions reaching a fever pitch over the next month due to non-stop holiday parties, a bevy of out of town guests, exhaustive searches for the perfect gift and the stresses of travel, watering your plants might inadvertently fall to the bottom of your to do list. Lechuza's durable plastic planter contains a sub irrigation system that will continue to keep your plants watered even if you forget.

The Emmo Home website explains Lechuza's unique sub-irrigation system:
Whether you travel for several days at a time or simply have trouble finding time to care for your plants, this planter is ready to be your own personal plant sitter. In fact, the Delta can take care of your plants for multiple weeks and give them just the right amounts of water and nutrients they need for optimal growth.

Just fill up the planter water reservoir and your plant will become self sufficient! The integrated water level indicator will tell you reliably when it is time to refill the reservoir.
Planters are available from Emmo Home in a variety of sizes (windowsill, table top and two floor types) and in eight different stylish colors. They range in price from $34.95 to $189.90.

(Found via Better Living Through Design)
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