The self-watering planter has an attractive ceramic plant pot that cools off your plant and gives it a refreshing look.
The self-watering planter comes in varying funny animal shapes to improve the aesthetics of your home. It is equipped with a protruded tongue that automatically sucks up the right amount of water that is needed by the plant. Like a panting deer, it absorbs water from any bowl it comes in contact with directly into the roots of your plant.
Getting this cute product for your home saves you the danger of losing your seedlings to poor watering – as it tirelessly and efficiently wets your plant at no cost.
Interesting Features of the Self-watering (Drinking Animal) Planter
A protruding spongy tongue – the spongy tongue is designed like that of any animal the pot represents. You can decide to extend the tongue of your self-watering planter to a proper length by gently drawing it out of the pot into a bowl of water placed before it (be careful not to get it detached).
The tongue sharply senses dryness in the soil. It knows exactly when to suck up water from the bowl into the root of the plant without water-logging, by taking up just the right amount of water needed by the plant for growth.
Cooling ceramic plant pot – with the beautiful and attractive ceramic plant pot, you’ll be sure that your plant gets lifetime protection against direct radiation damage. The pot also does a good job of giving your home a soothing look by giving visitors the imagination of a cute animal that sucks water just to keep a plant green.
The beautiful ceramic part of the planter makes it suitable for decorating your living room, bedroom, kitchen, office or garden.
The bowl – not to worry, the planter comes with a bowl of its own. The bowl is where your little cute animal sucks water from whenever it’s thirsty. You only need to always check to ensure that the bowl doesn’t run out of water.
The seed packet and the soil – if you like wild strawberries, then you should go for this product already! The product is packaged with wild strawberry seeds and the right type of soil for its initial germination. Plant some seeds by gently burying them beneath the surface of the soil and save others for later. You should also sprinkle some initial amount of water directly onto the surface of the soil (do not water-log). Place the planter in a well-ventilated area with accessibility to light (not direct sunlight).
As soon as your seedlings pop up, you can just prune them by holding the soil down – and leaving the most mature seedling. Once your seedlings are ready for transplant, remove the entire soil pot and plant it in your garden.
This self-watering planter is 2.36 inches wide and 2.76 inches long.
Reuse and Grow Other Plants
Interestingly, you can always reuse this product by growing any small plant of your choice with it.
With this self-watering planter, you’ll never have to watch your plants die anymore due to your failure to water them – your cute animal is there for you now, it loves sucking, and keeping your plants alive. So, go ahead and keep it all green!