Self-Watering Orchid Pot // Glass Top
This orchid pot has a self-watering system, which makes it easy to keep orchids beautiful and fresh without spending too much time looking after them. The orchid pot provides optimum growing conditions for the plant thanks to the nylon wicks in the bottom of the upper pot and a water reservoir in the bottom pot, enabling the orchid to draw up just the water it needs. Both parts of the orchid pot are made of glass, as many orchids absorb sunlight through their roots and not just through their leaves. The pot also ensures that the orchid roots do not come into direct contact with water, preventing them from rotting.
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 1 Year
— Small: 5.12" Ø x 5.75"H
— Large: 5.91" Ø x 6.69"H
No plant is included.Can I grow any type of plant or flower in it?
This pot will work with many types of flowers and plants. However, certain plants/flowers require a very specific amount of water and have roots that would be sensitive to sunlight or are too large for the pot.
This pot is specifically good for orchids because the clear sides allow the roots to absorb sunlight directly.
Depending on the plant/flower type, you will need to add water to the reservoir more or less frequently.
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Shipping AvailabilityCanada, United States
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Delivery Estimate2-3 weeks ⓘCOVID-19 Notice: Our shipping times may be longer than indicated as changing COVID-19 restrictions affect delivery services. Know that our fulfillment teams continue to send product daily as we take extra precautions to ensure their safety. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return or cancellation