Self-Watering Hanging Basket

Self-Watering Hanging Basket


Item# 34-368 TC
4.5 1128
2 or more $14.00 each


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Self-Watering Hanging Basket Keeps Flowers and Hanging Plants Thriving

  • Attractive hanging baskets with self-watering convenience
  • Reduces watering chores and provides a steady supply of water for healthy hanging plant growth
  • We recommend one 20-quart bag of our premium Organic Self-Watering Potting Mix; each of these planters holds 8 quarts

Don't hang your plants out to dry! These Self-Watering Hanging Baskets dramatically reduce watering chores while keeping flowers bright and foliage lush. A patented dual-action wick system (capillary mat plus evaporation grill) distributes water from a 1-quart reservoir so your hanging plants are never dry, never over-watered. Convenient refill hole is located at the bottom, so you don't need a ladder to water your flowering baskets. Made from durable polypropylene that is resistant to cracking, chipping, and breaking. 12-1/2" in diameter, with a flat-bottom design that sits or hangs.

Product Details

  • Made of shatter-resistant polypropylene
  • 12-1/2" diameter x 7" H
  • Holds 8 quarts of potting mix
  • 18" nylon hanging cord included


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Very disappointed, wish I'd never bought

By K

from Deshler, OH

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    • Doesn't Work
    • Hard to use

    Best Uses

      I live in the country in northwest Ohio and purchased six of these to hang on the pergola over my deck and on the front porch. They have cord hangers which makes it impossible to remove them from the hooks above my head for deadheading without getting out a ladder or step stool. I finally removed the cords and replaced them with wire so I can simply push up the bottom of the basket and remove the hanger from the hook. The spout of my watering can did not fit the reservoir fill hole and I could not find a large can with a spout that would fit it. With the potting mix wet and the reservoir full I still needed to water the next day unless it rained about an inch. We get a fair breeze most days and they dry out. They perform no differently than non-selfwatering baskets in my area.

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