The Classico is available with an optional sub-irrigation system. Whether your plant needs a little or a lot of water, this self-watering planter will provide just the right amount. Fill the water reservoir, then sit back and enjoy your creation while your plant container does all the hard work of maintaining your plant for up to twelve weeks.
Lechuza planters are manufactured using a commercial grade plastic material. Its natural weather resistant properties make it ideal for indoor use in bright entryways and lobbies. An optional plant coaster is available for the larger Classico containers. Use this convenient accessory to ease the movement of large plant and flower displays. An attractive addition to patios, entryways, and more; the Classico's beautiful design and versatility make it as a top choice for interior landscaping designs.
How the Lechuza sub-irrigation system works
Use Lechuza's state-of-the-art self-watering system to greatly reduce the amount of maintenance required to grow beautiful plants and flowers. Place the included separator piece in the bottom of the plant liner to create a reservoir. Completely cover the separator with the supplied Lechuza PON. Apply high quality potting soil over the layer of PON, insert your plantling, and continue to fill the pot with soil.
Top water as you normally would for the next twelve weeks. Don't forget to use the supply shaft, found along the inner edge of the planter, to fill your water reservoir. The water level indicator will read "max" once you have sufficiently filled the reservoir. For plants that require less water, you may only need to fill the reserve halfway. You will notice the water level indicator dropping once the plantling's roots have grown deep enough to soak up the water from the basin below. At this point, the watering system will provide nourishment to your greenery for up to twelve weeks.
1With the addition of the optional sub-irrigation system