News: The Secret Trick to Self-Watering Plants

The Secret Trick to Self-Watering Plants

There's no longer any need to ask your neighbor to water your plants while you're away. Craftzine's houseplant wicking system offers a very simple solution: Cut some cotton strips. Soak one end in a bowl of water. Bury the other end in the soil of each plant, which in turn keeps the roots moist without drowning them.

The Secret Trick to Self-Watering Plants

You Will Need

  • Cotton fabric
  • Scissors
  • Houseplants
  • Large bowl of water (taller than the plant's container)
  • Small bowl of water (smaller than your plant's container)

Read now: Create a Simple Houseplant Wicking System.

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Just wanted to say this works great on grandma too. Just replace water with vodka and you're all set to go.

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