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Bloem 100533305 Bloem Ariana Self Watering Planter, Peppercorn

Product Features:

    Bloem bell-shaped decorative planters feature an innovative design that makes watering worry-free. A self-watering insert built into the bottom of the planter traps excess water where the roots can access it, reducing the how often you need to water. It also helps prevent plant-killing root rot by allowing oxygen…
Price as on: 2019-08-10 12:43:52
17.99  

Product Description

Bloem bell-shaped decorative planters feature an innovative design that makes watering worry-free. A self-watering insert built into the bottom of the planter traps excess water where the roots can access it, reducing the how often you need to water. It also helps prevent plant-killing root rot by allowing oxygen to access the plants roots. A range of traditional & vibrant color choices make it easy to coordinate with your home decor or add an eye-catching splash of color.

Product Features

  • Save you time by reducing watering frequency and provides a consistent water supply that helps plants thrive
  • Perfect solution for going on vacation and busy schedules
  • Potting mix is held above water chamber and connected by small porous channels filled with soil which act like a water wick through the evaporation process
  • Top width 17.75″ (x) base width 9″ (x) 13.75″ height
  • Matte finish is perfect for resisting scratches, dirt, and fingerprints
  • 100% UV stabilized polypropylene plastic ensures long lasting color and withstands extreme weather conditions + BPA free
  • When to add drainage holes? While various kinds of plants have different drainage needs, few can tolerate sitting in stagnate water for extended periods of time. If exposed to intense periods of rainfall or storms.
  • your soil may not be able to absorb or evaporate the water fast enough. When the pot is in an unsheltered location we recommend punching out drainage holes. The process is extremely quick and easy with the right tools.
  • Flip pot upside down and locate areas marked “X” for recommended hole locations. Then punch out holes by using either a drill with a drill bit or a hammer and a nail.
  • The process should only take a minute or two, then the pot will be ready to fill with potting soil and plants of your choice.