As prac­tice shows, the most dif­fi­cult process in car­ing for plants is their water­ing. Such a process takes a very long time, and not every­one can prop­er­ly pro­vide full-fledged care. Prob­lems asso­ci­at­ed with fre­quent and improp­er water­ing, with con­trol­ling the lev­el of humid­i­ty and dry­ing it out between pro­ce­dures, pots with auto­mat­ic water­ing will help. Such a find will be use­ful not only for begin­ner gar­den­ers, but also for true pro­fes­sion­als in their field.

The prin­ci­ple of oper­a­tion of pots with auto­mat­ic water­ing.
Pots with auto­mat­ic root water­ing func­tion work quite sim­ply. Autowa­ter­ing occurs intra­soil. The con­tain­er is divid­ed into two parts, this is the pot itself and the pal­let. One of them con­tains the flower itself or anoth­er plant, and the oth­er con­tains water for irri­ga­tion. Flower pots with auto­mat­ic water­ing can have a dif­fer­ent device. There are three main types of pot designs:

  • Pot with pipe

In this case, the tube is the hold­er of the indi­ca­tor. The ves­sel is installed in a cache-pot. It con­tains water and, if nec­es­sary, it enters the plant.

  • Cache-pot with lat­er­al reser­voirs.

The most pop­u­lar and sought-after option for those who often go on busi­ness trips, vaca­tions, and so on. The flower con­tain­er itself is locat­ed inside the water con­tain­er. Thus, chan­nels are formed on the sides, into which water is poured. Excess flu­id drains to the bot­tom, while the roots of the plants do not rot. And if you for­got about water­ing, then the plant, as nec­es­sary, is fed with water that remains after water­ing between the pots.

  • Col­lapsi­ble struc­tures

This type of pot is con­sid­ered the most dif­fi­cult, due to its design. It con­sists of four parts: a bar­ri­er, a flower con­tain­er, an indi­ca­tor, and a bot­tom water tank. Usu­al­ly such struc­tures are sold unassem­bled.

Why do you need an auto­mat­ic water­ing pot?
A flow­er­pot with an auto­mat­ic water­ing func­tion is not only easy to care for a flower, but also an opti­miza­tion of com­fort for the plant. They are able to achieve the ide­al degree of sub­strate mois­ture, cor­re­spond­ing to a spe­cif­ic peri­od of plant devel­op­ment, the lev­el of water con­sump­tion by the root sys­tem. Absolute­ly exact match­ing of the amount of incom­ing mois­ture is the advan­tage of self-water­ing pots. In addi­tion, such flow­er­pots have oth­er advan­tages. If you pur­chase a flow­er­pot with auto­mat­ic water­ing, sev­er­al tasks are solved at once.

  • You can plan and leave for a vaca­tion with­out hav­ing some­one look after the flow­ers and water them while you’re away. If this is an unex­pect­ed depar­ture, busi­ness trip or exam­i­na­tion, your plants will also be under reli­able pro­tec­tion;

  • Flow­ers grow­ing in such pots do not need fre­quent repot­ting. Many flow­ers are very whim­si­cal and, when relo­cat­ed, they can start to hurt, shed their buds and their leaves. Due to the spe­cial inter­change­able drainage with slow­ly dis­solv­ing fer­til­iz­ers, you can not rush to trans­plant the plant;

  • Sav­ing your time. You do not have to spend a lot of time to fill the bot­tle, water­ing can and water the flow­ers for a long time;

  • Facil­i­tates flower trans­plan­ta­tion. It won’t take much to get the soil out. For very whim­si­cal and del­i­cate indoor plants, this will be a huge plus;

  • The pot has a hole for water­ing. The pots have spe­cial holes that are designed for low­er water­ing and drain­ing excess water. Thanks to auto­mat­ic water­ing, the liq­uid instant­ly reach­es the roots, which keeps the soil loose for a long time.

Prod­uct mate­r­i­al.
There are many pots, they are:

  • Plas­tic. Plas­tic pots are con­sid­ered the most prac­ti­cal and in demand. They are not porous, so the root sys­tem of the flower is not super­cooled. This is a good option for a plant with pho­to­syn­thet­ic roots. A prod­uct made of such mate­r­i­al is not whim­si­cal in care, you can not be afraid that the sun’s rays, mois­ture or cold will some­how harm the pot.

  • Ceram­ic. It looks very aes­thet­ic and attrac­tive. But if we talk about prac­ti­cal­i­ty, then ceram­ics is not the best option. Ceram­ics is a very frag­ile mate­r­i­al that requires care­ful han­dling, prone to scratch­es and chips;

  • Wood­en. Very beau­ti­ful, but require care­ful care. They need to be washed and cov­ered with spe­cial var­nish­es to avoid pre­ma­ture dam­age and con­t­a­m­i­na­tion.

Here you will find only high-qual­i­ty and durable flower pots, name­ly, we ask you to pay your atten­tion to the sets of pots with InGreen root auto­mat­ic water­ing. These pots have all the right qual­i­ties that your plants need. The flow­er­pot is per­fect for pop­u­lar house­plants — orchid, cac­tus, mon­stera, yuc­ca, as well as for small trees.

You can choose any vol­ume con­ve­nient for you: 0.65 l, 1 l, 1.35 l, 2.5 l and 4 l. By pur­chas­ing InGreen flower pots, you will for­ev­er be able to pro­vide the flower with com­fort and the pos­si­bil­i­ty of unhin­dered growth. They are made in warm shades of creamy, milky, choco­late, yel­low, olive col­ors. They will become an inter­est­ing ele­ment of decor, thanks to the clas­sic design.


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