Diane Pham

The Self-Watering TriPot Lets Plants Take Care of Themselves

by , 10/14/10

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Just because you’ve been responsible for more than your fair share of  brown, shriveled up plants doesn’t mean you have to give up on your dream of attaining a green thumb. There are a number of smart products out there that make it easier for plant lovers to actually grow gorgeous greens in their home without having to question what they’ve done wrong. One of our favorite new finds is the TriPot from Greenamic, an awesome eco-friendly planter that not only lets plants “take care of themselves” for up to 8-weeks, but uses less water than conventional methods!

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The TriPot has been constructed from recyclable plastic and boasts an attractive form that also uses minimal plastic in its mold. Each pot uses an integrated self-watering function that also provides plants with protection from over-watering and gives them the appropriate level of moisture to get things growing. And when your plant is getting a little thirsty, an easy to read water-level indicator will let you know when it’s time to refill!

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4 Comments

  1. Jimmy Mathew January 13, 2014 at 8:16 am

    This self watering planter is superb and the design is gr8 where do i get to buy this.. Please share

  2. farshad_aban June 21, 2011 at 1:29 am

    I live in middle east with hot summers. I think it can be a good and logical solution to grow some sensitive plants.

  3. GIVEAWAY: Win This Self... October 24, 2010 at 1:02 pm

    [...] gaze and get excited for your first step towards a greener thumb! This week we’re giving away an amazing self-watering TriPot from Greenamic (worth $50) to help you keep your plants happy and healthy. Not only does this [...]

  4. inhabitatfan October 14, 2010 at 11:10 pm

    This is really good looking planter – lazy way to plant too

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