I saw some self-watering pots in the gardening store. I'm thinking of
getting some so that my plants won't be too dry or too wet if I'm too
busy to take care of them. Suppose this kind of pot can adjust the
water level automatically, right? No need of human intervetion. I just
started my gardening enthusiasm last week and I'm planning to setup a
schedule of watering once a week over the weekend but not sure if I
can keep this schedule yet, because this is a new activity to me. :-P
So I think this kind of pot may be a big ease of mind if their working
mechanism is healthy.
Do you think this kind of pots are good to plants? I read plant books
and some plants do not like soggy soil. I'm wondering since you always
keep water in the saucer and the saucer is connected to the soil
through small holes at the bottom, will this kind of arrangement make
the soil soggy or is it just fine?
For gardenia, azalea, anthurium, gebonia, which can be or can not be
planted in this kind of pots?
Thanks a ton!!