Additional Plant Container Box with Capillary Mats for GrowON products to place at the bottom of plant containers - the perfect product for maintaining plants. The set consists of 3 capillary mats that absorb water from the water container into the soil, and it is an integral part of the SQUARELY self-watering system. You can order additionally if you need a few extra mats for new plants.
+ SELF-WATERING SYSTEM
Whether you desire plants for the balcony, living room, terrace, kitchen, or bedroom, our self-watering plant boxes come with a self-irrigation capillary system that will keep your plants healthy and fresh both indoors and outdoors. With this efficient self-watering system, you can grow different plants in one smart planter, while reducing the watering frequency by 3 times.
The recycled PE container has a capillary system that transport the water from the container to the soil. This means that you only have to water you plants 1-3 times per month while the plants always stay perfectly hydrated.
The simple, self-watering system is ideal for people on the go and with limited time for watering: Goodbye to dead plants after traveling!
+ SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION
Combining modern, and distinctive design with danish wood-crafting tradition, SQUARELY provides the ultimate solution for growing indoor and outdoor greenery, edible plants, and flowers. By using our products, you contribute to reclaiming and re-using materials and to promote a sustainable lifestyle.
The water tank and soil container are made of high-quality recycled plastic. The wood comes from excess in high-end furniture production, meaning no more trees were cut down.
The wood is FSC certified oak or ash with origins in EU. Furthermore, the wood is soaked in oil that makes it weather resistant.
"Effortlessly grow a plant! Bought one end of last year, put a plant in and it just keeps on growing ever since (not normal when I own a plant). I frequently forgot to water and there was still enough in the water container. Perfect for a guy who knows nothing about plants."
- Birger Jacobs