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Self-Watering Herb Pot

1.8 stars out of 5 based on 13 reviews.

Our Self-Watering Herb Pot virtually looks after itself. The four removable planting sections can accommodate garden centre or nursery herbs grown from seed and the patented, capillary reservoir holds up to 750ml, keeping plants fresh and hydrated when you're away on holiday (or just a bit forgetful!).

Cat Ref: SKU 51483

22cm Dia. x 20cm H. (8" x 8").

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To be discontinued

Price

Was:
£13.99
Was:
£8.99
Now:
£4.99

This will be your last opportunity to buy this item: we won't be ordering any more once we run out of stock.

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Customer Reviews - Self-Watering Herb Pot

1.8 stars out of 5 based on 13 reviews.

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Dry Herbs! by Mrs Fildes

1 stars out of 5

Self-Watering Herb Pot

Sorry Lakeland - not many of your products disappoint me - in fact hardly any, but I'm afraid this one does. My plants have dried up even though I followed the instructions to the letter and the saucer remains full of water,(overflowing in fact, which is a nuisance) my plants have died. I would have arranged to return this, but so confident was I, that I discarded the packaging as soon as I had set it up. Looks great, but not for long, nothing looks good with dead plants in it. Sorry.

This review is for an older version of this product

A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to write your review, I'm sorry to learn of the problems you've had. I'll be in touch shortly to help. Hints & tips - When potting the herb into the inner green pockets the root ball must be pushed right down to ensure it is tight up to the underlying capillary mat (which draws up the water). Also the Capillary mat needs to be wetted before use. Water through the central gap down the plastic spine this ensures the mat retains moisture.

It works - and it works well! by Caroline

5 stars out of 5

Self-Watering Herb Pot

I have absolutely no complaints at all about this product. I read the instructions, and filled 3 of the 4 pots with growing mint 2 weeks ago, I haven't watered it since and the soil is still moist. It works really well and looks funky too (which is the reason I bought it, I assumed it's watering feature wouldn't work after reading the other reviews). I suspect the problem other people had is they didn't press the soil down to make it air-tight. I love it and would highly recommend it to others!

Bone dry basil by Mrs womersley

2 stars out of 5

Self-Watering Herb Pot

I purchased two of these herb pots, one for myself and one for my son. Unfortunately even though there is plenty of water in the reservoir the plants are not able to get enough moisture with out taking the pots out and soaking them. This defeats the object of buying the self watering pots to keep my herbs watered while away at the weekend. My son is also disappointed as he is busy with his job and loves to come home a cook with fresh herbs.

A note from the team: We were sorry to learn that you had been disappointed in the self-watering herb pot. We'll be in touch to help you.

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