What is the best Self-watering Planter?

I used to be very much a terracotta girl. I like that they’re suuuper cheap, and it’s easy to get pots that match. Saucers are also easy to find. There are a tonne of shapes and sizes available. You can get them in pretty much every garden centre (do not buy them online. They break). …

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Cheap Self-watering Plant Pot review

Lechuza is the creme de la creme of self-watering plant pots, and for good reason. I have a full Lechuza review here, but tl;dr is that I like them but they’re not necessarily right for everyone and if you’re into leca, you may have a hard time flushing Lechuza pots because there isn’t an inner …

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How to Propagate Sansevieria

Sansevieria are a cool propagation project. Not only are there a few ways to try BUT crucially for a plant hoarder such as myself, Sansevieria are quite happy to be snug in their pot, so you can pop the babies back in with their mother once it’s rooted, so you don’t end up with a …

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Fluval COB as Grow Light Review

This review is for all of the people that have aquarium lights hanging around, and want to know if they work on house plants. Fishkeeping is one of those hobbies that can result in having a lot of excess Stuff. Lights, heaters, filters, air stones…etc etc etc forever. And you can’t chuck it out, because …

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How often should You Water Plants In LECA?

One of the main advantages of using leca over soil is that you can look at the reservoir, see if it’s empty (or not) and water accordingly. Once the water in the reservoir is gone, add more. If there’s still some in leave it. BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO WAIT TILL IT’S EMPTY. With plants …

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