Meliflor's onland and underland irrigation pots are the oldest and most efficient automatic irrigation system of mankind. Its action is based on a slow release of water and nutrients, which means a potential saving in terms of these elements. The slow release of water avoids the evaporative waste common to other systems, allowing plants to absorb almost 100% of the nutrient solution.
What is a self-watering pot?
A self-watering pot is a container made from microporous terracotta that is It is used to water plants and crops slowly. slow release of water avoids evaporative waste common to other systems, allowing plants absorb almost 100% of the nutrient solution.
In Meliflor you will find two types of clay irrigation pots: above ground and below earth:
- The pots for irrigation on land or for planting (onland) are placed with the tank protruding from the soil of your crop or pot. These pots have their opening in the deposit area.
- The pots of irrigation underground or to bury (underland) are buried leaving the protruding neck, so you can fill it from the outside with peace of mind.
SELF-WATERING POTS ACCORDING TO THE TYPE OF PLANTS
Outdoor plants, crops and gardens
For plants, outdoor crops, fruit trees, shrubs and orchards outdoors, we recommend using pots underground or to bury (underlands).
INDOOR PLANTS AND CROPS
For indoor plants and crops we recommend using pots on the ground or to plant (onland).
RECOMMENDED SELF-WATERING POT SIZE
SMALL self-watering POTS (175ml, 300ml)
We recommend them for plants or small crops, both indoors and outdoors. abroad. You can find self-watering pots of 175ml and watering pots of 300ml in Meliflor.
medium self-watering pots (700ml, 2l)
Recommended for medium to large plants and crops. You can find 700ml self-watering pots and 2-liter self-watering pots in Meliflor
large self-watering pots (5l, 10l)
For large plants and crops. Recommended for growing vegetables and fruit trees. Or to forget about watering your larger indoor plants. You can find 5-liter irrigation pots and 10-liter irrigation pots at meliflor.