HOW TO WATER

HOW TO WATER

Watering is essential for your plants but can get a bit splashy if draining water runs off leaves on way to lower pots. To avoid spills indoors, disconnect each pot and bring to sink. Water soil thoroughly until water drains out the lower flange of each pot. A good flush of water will evenly moisten the soil and refresh roots. Set pots on mugs (or leave in sink) to let most of the excess water run off. Then hook on the Catch JR to the bottom pot  when rehanging to collect the last few drips.

The Catch JR can also be used for a light watering with SkyPots in place. Just be mindful of water splashing off leaves in some arrangements and make sure the Catch JR (1.5 oz) does not overflow. (Coming soon… A larger catch accessory!)

 

For outdoors, water away in place making sure water flows out the bottom SkyPots flange of each pot.

Watering is essential for your plants but can get a bit splashy if draining water runs off leaves on way to lower pots. To avoid spills indoors, disconnect each pot and bring to sink. Water soil thoroughly until water drains out the lower flange of each pot. A good flush of water will evenly moisten the soil and refresh roots. Set pots on mugs (or leave in sink) to let most of the excess water run off. Then hook on the Catch JR to the bottom pot  when rehanging to collect the last few drips.

The Catch JR can also be used for a light watering with SkyPots in place. Just be mindful of water splashing off leaves in some arrangements and make sure the Catch JR (1.5 oz) does not overflow. (Coming soon… A larger catch accessory!)

 

For outdoors, water away in place making sure water flows out the bottom SkyPots flange of each pot.