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Hydroculture is a method of growing plants in a hydroponic setting without using soil, where the plant is rooted in clay pebbles instead.
These plants are the choice of professional interior designers, and have several benefits vs regular plants, including less pests and fungi, easier watering routine and healthier, longer lasting plants. Our potting guide gives you a step by step guide on how to assemble hydroculture plants into a new decorative pot.
Pot too tall?
Raise the base of the planter by adding dry hydrogranules before sitting the liner and plant on top.
Over or underwatered?
Keep the base of the grow pot/water meter flush to the bottom of the liner, to get accurate water level readings.
Forgot when you fed?
The red water meter cap twists round at 2 monthly intervals to remind you when you last added nutrients to the water.
Hole in your pot?
If there is a drainage hole in your decorative pot, cover over first before inserting the liner or building up the base with hydrogranules.
Liner too tall?
Simply trim down the top of the liner to the desired height.
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