Livana Home

Hydration Station

Livana Home grew from an idea of Pablo Bachmann’s, a certified metalworker who’s also a graphic designer. With an eye on the urban gardening trend, Pablo sought to harness self-irrigation to prevent the common frustration of kitchen herbs dying from over- or under-watering—which wastes time, effort, and plants. With this self-watering herb pot, urban herb gardening is now as low-maintenance and risk-free as can be. The modern-looking planter—made of glass and unglazed ceramic—needs to be filled every two to three weeks. That’s it. Herbs will absorb just the right amount of water they need, without intervention, hassles, or worry.

Livana Home

Self-Watering Herb Pot

Hydration Station

Livana Home grew from an idea of Pablo Bachmann’s, a certified metalworker who’s also a graphic designer. With an eye on the urban gardening trend, Pablo sought to harness self-irrigation to prevent the common frustration of kitchen herbs dying from over- or under-watering—which wastes time, effort, and plants. With this self-watering herb pot, urban herb gardening is now as low-maintenance and risk-free as can be. The modern-looking planter—made of glass and unglazed ceramic—needs to be filled every two to three weeks. That’s it. Herbs will absorb just the right amount of water they need, without intervention, hassles, or worry.
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Quick Questions

How long will the planter water the plants for?

The water will need to be replaced every 14-21 days.

Learn more about the product

Ceramic Self-Watering Herb Pot see details

Livana Home

Self-Watering Herb Pot

Hydration Station

Livana Home grew from an idea of Pablo Bachmann’s, a certified metalworker who’s also a graphic designer. With an eye on the urban gardening trend, Pablo sought to harness self-irrigation to prevent the common frustration of kitchen herbs dying from over- or under-watering—which wastes time, effort, and plants.

With this
self-watering herb pot, urban herb gardening is now as low-maintenance and risk-free as can be. The modern-looking planter—made of glass and unglazed ceramic—needs to be filled every two to three weeks. That’s it. Herbs will absorb just the right amount of water they need, without intervention, hassles, or worry. Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

How long will the planter water the plants for?

The water will need to be replaced every 14-21 days.

Learn more about the product

Ceramic Self-Watering Herb Pot see details