Self-Watering Planter Cube 14 - Reg $14.99
• No re-potting necessary – transfer grow pot directly to planter
• Lightweight and UV-resistant
• Award-winning German design
Whether you are planting basil, thyme, parsley, or chives, Lechuza self-watering cube is the easiest way to grow fresh, potted herbs indoors. In the attractive and compact CUBE planters, the water level indicator lets you know when to fill the reservoir so that your plants receive the ideal amount of water and stay fresh longer.
There's no need to repot plants: simply push the wick irrigation system into the drainage hole in the base of the grow pot and then place the pot directly into the planter. Fill the reservoir and the wick will draw water up into the soil as the plant needs it, keeping it healthy and flourishing. This beautifully designed self-watering cube is the perfect accent for any home or office!
- UV-resistant Polypropylene
- Soil capacity: 1-1/4 quarts
- Water capacity: 2 cups
- Indoor use only
- Fits grow pots from 4 to 4-3/4 inches in diameter
- Height 5.3in
- Width: 5.5in
CUBE Color 14 All-in-One Set includes
Easy to use
- With wick irrigation system
- No repotting necessary - simply place store-bought herbs with grow pot in the planter
- Food safe
- Mix & match thanks to color-neutral planter liners
|How it Works|
Easy to Use
How Do I Water and Nurture My Plants in a LECHUZA Pot?
Water the plants onto the top of soil during the first weeks, until the roots have grown into the water reservoir ("growing-in phase"). During this time, you can check the soil or the LECHUZA-PON substrate just below the surface to see if it's still moist. If it's dry, you can water the plant.
Test: After a few weeks you can fill the water reservoir halfway. If the water level indicator goes down in the next few days, the roots have grown into the reservoir. Fill the water reservoir up to "max.", LECHUZA now takes care of your plants. Once the level indicator shows, "min." it is not necessary to water your plant immediately. The substrate is still moist enough to provide water to the plant.
Be careful: Stick to the "dry phase"! It is different with every plant and depends on the following factors: The species and variety of plant, position of the planter, need for air humidity and water, temperature conditions, and substrate requirements. We recommend a dry phase of 2 - 10 days, except with plants like cacti, we suggest a little longer.
The LECHUZA sub-irrigation system
Water level indicatorTakes the guesswork out of watering
Water supply shaftMakes adding water and liquid fertilizer easy
LECHUZA-PONThe substrate perfectly controls the water supply
SeparatorForms the water reservoir in the bottom of the planter
Drain plugIs removed when used outdoors
Time to relax: Thanks to the LECHUZA-water reservoir, your plant is perfectly taken care of - no more daily watering!
Simply fill the water reservoir via the water supply shaft.