Wet Pot Systems

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These are just great, the water seeps in from the glass bowl through the porous clay pot to keep your plant watered for several days. My plants are definitely surviving a lot better since I got these...and they look quite stylish as well (at least I think so)


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  • macandrew

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    These are just great, the water seeps in from the glass bowl through the porous clay pot to keep your plant watered for several days. My plants are definitely surviving a lot better since I got these...and they look quite stylish as well (at least I think so)

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    • Bellanista
      This is so cute ~ If it's as small as I think it is, I will have to get one of these!

  • JSung

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    Allow your plants to take care of themselves

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    • tomtedbear
      I have some Wetpots and I really love them, but I do find that I can't keep as much water in the glass container as the instructions indicate or they will rot.

  • seantimberlake

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    Lord knows I've killed enough plants by not watering them, so Wet Pot Systems makes serious sense to me!

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  • tsouth

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    Great add-on for those of us who are too lazy to go constantly water our plants. Plus it looks pretty neat. Better than the run of the mill plant pot.

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  • babycat

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    Bought myself a few pots a few months ago. And my verdict? Avoid it! Yes, it does look pleasing to the eye, doesn't it? But then you take it home and the fun starts. Unless you are prepared to search for hours for specific plants that like their roots wet, and I mean wet, ALL the time, you will easily drown your plants. So the claimed "natural" way of looking after your plants is no so natural anymore. Standing water is next fun thing, so unless you want green water in the bowl, don't let your plants see the light of day. And lastly, so the water gets sucked up through the pot but it also evaporates, so be prepared to wash the outer glass pot at least every 3 weeks, otherwise you might get a visit from Kim and co. Take the time to look around, there are many other self watering pots for cheaper, and with less effort. And your plants might just survive... Wish I did...

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  • janetr

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    Nice Looking, i love it showing the beauty of nature ...

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  • relíquia

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    wet pot

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  • KIvory

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    I'm not good at keeping plants but I love plants! so this would be perfect for me.

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  • hannah679

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    cute,organic,fun

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  • kmendoza

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    The links you have listed takes you to a rice cooker item.

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  • tomokotahara

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    nice.

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  • cath

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    Clay pots allow you to water your plants less, but keep them as healthy as if you weren't forgetting as often as you do!

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  • peterchase

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    useful

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  • yelicea

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    Wet Pot Systems

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  • SittingPretty13

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    Added to my Shopping Guide Home SWEET Home

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