ArtStone Planters have an intricate self-watering system that, in an indoor environment, refeeds water to the plant via its roots. The system has a bottom reservoir in which
water accumulates and allows the plant to grab refreshment when needed.
The water-minder disk is glued to the bottom of the planter and secured by a peg in the middle, assuring a tight fit so the water feature does not free itself from the planter.
For outdoor use
Turn the ArtStone planter upside down. Remove the rubber plug at the
bottom of the planter so water can drain freely as to avoid overwatering
and unwanted amounts of water that could drown or impair the health of the plant.
Simply slide the plug into the top of the planter for safekeeping, in the event the plant is eventually moved indoors.
Suggestions for watering
Feel the soil in the planter. If the soil is moist, the plant will not need more water. If the soil is dry, add small amounts of water. DO NOT OVERWATER.
Suggestions for storage
ArtStone Planters are made of a resin composite mixture which provides durability and strength in all environments. In colder temperatures, covering or bringing your planters indoors extends the life of the planter.