One plant prefers to be watered every day and the other once a week is enough. We all want our plants to be happy and grow well, but keeping an eye on this schedule is not for everyone. Fortunately, there are handy tools, such as plant irrigators. What exactly do they do? We explain that below.
Plant irrigators, drip systems and water balls all do the same thing: water plants. They are ready-to-use systems that provide house plants with water for a longer period of time. They really do make taking care of plants a lot easier if you are not born with green fingers or have little time for care. All you have to do is refill the water orb when it’s empty. And that should work, right?
How does it work?
You fill a plant irrigator in the shape of a water ball with water and put it firmly in the soil next to the houseplant. The irrigator then releases the water little by little. In this way, plants only drink when they are thirsty and they get just enough water.