Every time we plan a vacation I start fretting about how me plants are going to survive without watering.I tried several wick methods, mostly the DIY type and always noticed how water would initially escape leaving the water container less than the optimal full. Well the Drip-It supposedly was designed after five years of research to take a simple concept and make the most out of it. The two types of Drip-It systems release water drop by drop instead of in one initial rush, so the water lasts longer. Sweet! Now has anyone tried one yet? I would love to hear how well it works.
Releases water one drop at a time for up to 2 weeks
Drip-It Frog waters pots up to 14"
Drip-It Pro waters pots 15" and up
I spotted these via the Gardener's Supply Company
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