These narrow planters are for growing herbs and houseplants in your sunny windowsills. Some are self-watering which is great in dry climates or during the winter when indoor heating sources can dry your plants out in record time. Some have drainage into a tray below, others are trays with no drainage. When there is no drainage, be sparing with your watering or use it more like a tray or cachepot for smaller pots.
Let's face it, most of us have unwittingly killed beloved houseplants because we just couldn't get the watering cycle right. Now you can say goodbye to plant-stressing over- and under-watering with this elegant oval planter. Attractive in its own right, its best feature is an easy-fill reservoir that delivers water to roots when they need it. A handy gauge gives you at-a-glance affirmation of when it's time for a refill.
With as many ways to look adorable as there are hours of the day, this novel duo is a sweet way to add more beauty to your space. Ideal for African violets, herbs, trailing plants, and more. Supremely giftable too! Saucer included.
This handsome watering can is perfectly sized for watering indoor plants. The slender, curved spout creates a gentle stream for precision pouring, making it easy to tend small pots, terrariums and dish gardens. The generous 3-quart capacity means fewer trips to the faucet.
Frequent misting benefits orchids, ferns and many other indoor plants that thrive with humidity. This glass sprayer produces a fine mist that's gentle on plants, and unlike plastic sprayers, it’s so pretty you won't mind leaving it out on display.
Attach this handy hose to the kitchen sink faucet to water houseplants and indoor seedlings. The 50', 1/4" diameter hose weighs about 2 lbs. and coils for easy transport and storage; comes with an attached 24" wand that adjusts from a solid stream to a fine mist. Water flow rate is about 1/2 gallon per minute.
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