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I don't see how you get water into the base? Pic makes it look like you have to unscrew top from base to get to water reservoir?
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I don't see how you get water into the base? Pic makes it look like you have to unscrew top from base to get to water reservoir?
You pour the water into the opening near the bottom. Usually with something that has a long neck to avoid spilling.
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How is this self watering?
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What's the original price?

...or is this just a neat find, which it is.

Just wondering.
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What's the original price?

...or is this just a neat find, which it is.

Just wondering.
The price has always been $3 for this.

Good question though, can never tell with SD "deals" any more
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How is this self watering?
It's self-watering in exactly the same way as a clay pot with holes in the bottom, placed on a saucer of water
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So are these pretty low maintenance I imagine? I tend to kill my plants, even when I try taking care of them.
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How is this self watering?

We've discovered perpetual water?!
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It's self-watering in exactly the same way as a clay pot with holes in the bottom, placed on a saucer of water
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So are these pretty low maintenance I imagine? I tend to kill my plants, even when I try taking care of them.
Yes, the clay pot works kind of the same but it is only a single hole in the middle of the pot and isn't made to allow water to wick up as much as it allows excess water to drain.
If this is like the one I have, it is has a crosshatch pattern on the bottom and the water freely flows through the dirt.
I had my doubts myself but I found it works very well. I always water the plant (it's a Peace Plant btw) from the bottom and it keeps the plant evenly moist. I wait for it to begin to dry before I water again.
This pot enables you to go for a number of days between watering without fear long after a clay pot has gone dry.
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Isn't this the regular price?!

At any rate, I much prefer natural materials to plastic, such as this 8" terracota planter for $3.24 (add a saucer to turn it into "self-watering"):
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pennin...r/16795425
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I thought its ceramic or clay, but its Polypropylene pass.
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We've discovered perpetual water?!
Powdered water...just add water.
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