We were really delighted to be sent some more planters from Lechuza. these are really fun designs, perfect for getting out in the garden with the kids.
The best thing about Lechuza plant pots is they are self-watering so they are great for beginner gardeners as you can’t go wrong. There are various finishes including Hi-Gloss, matte and wicker-like
We particularly liked the MINI-DELTINI bright blue planter with a cute owl design on it. This looks lovely and colourful and adds a bit of colour before you even put plants in them. It comes in Peacock, fuchsia and olive green. All three colours together would make a striking arrangement.
The planters have everything you need to get started. You just need the soil and the plants of course. All LECHUZA table planters are equipped with a plant liner and watering system to ensure better plant growth no matter how small the decor surface.
LECHUZA’s sub-irrigation system takes care of your plants for you for up to 12 weeks, ensuring that they receive the right amount of water and nutrients they need for optimum growth.
We were also sent one of the Cube planters in an attractive lime green wicker style. This is the perfect size for growing herbs and would great in a kitchen. I really like the wicker style, which adds a bit of texture to the plant.
It is really easy to use this pot. You just fill with water and the plant will stay hydrated for up to 12 weeks. This is wonderful if you are going away on holiday as you can just fill it with water and the plants will still be alive when you get home.
We had a lovely time out in the Spring sunshine. These pots were a great way to start gardening with young children as they were so quick and easy to do and were inexpensive. The pots cost just £9.99 each. I love the fact there are so many different choices of colours and styles as there is something for everyone.
Disclaimer: We were sent the plant post for the purposes of this review.
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