Self-watering planters designed for use indoors or outside with herbs and succulents. Made from Terracotta and Zisha: naturally porous unglazed earthenware.
Soil capacity: 2.5 liters. Water capacity: 0.4 liters.
Designed for up to three herbs or six succulents.
How the Self-Watering Planters Work: The self-watering planter’s porous walls allow water in the central chamber to seep into the surrounding soil. The plants’ roots find the source of water in the soil and grow around the central chamber. Through capillary action, the plants draw just as much water as they need.
Terracotta (Tan) OR Zisha (Gray) Low-Fired Stoneware
H 6″ x W 8″ x L 8″
"Joey Roth picked himself. He picked himself to bring his wooden compass to the world. And his stunning Ceramic Speakers. And his handmade, self-watering planters. By picking himself and (most of all) by making work that resonates, he brings his art to people who care about it, daily." – Seth Godin
Joey was born in San Francisco and grew up in New Jersey. He graduated from Swarthmore with a BA in Industrial Design Theory. When taking a break from design, he likes long-distance skateboarding, reading and perfecting his BBQ.