I love having plants in the house. A touch of greenery, lifts a room. Plus they improve the air quality in the house. Since we’ve lived together, hubby and I have amassed quite a collection of plants around the house. However watering the plants doesn’t seem to be either of our jobs and often we find a droopy plant in the living room. So these Plantpal watering globes could be just the thing to avoid an argument and a dead houseplant!
PlantPal first impressions.
When they arrived I thought they looked a bit naff and look over plastic. But once filled with water they looked much more like glass and I enjoyed adding the coloured globes to different plants in the house. To me they have a fun labyrinth crystal ball look about them. Or perhaps that is just my age?
The set came with three large coloured globes priced at £20.00. This may seem a lot but when your busy working all the time or off on holiday it is well worth saving you from replacing dead houseplants. Which I know can be pretty expensive.
They were easy to set up and have a capillary wick and moisture sensor that drip feeds the plant for up to 14 days. You can even add plant food to them when your plants are in the growing season. I was surprised how much I like them and they have been admired by visitors who are curious to what they are. Now I feel reassured that the plants won’t die whilst we forget whose turn it is to water them.
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3 Large PlantPal watering globes – no monetary exchange available
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