Model # LWB1848

Internet #204151368

Bloem 18 in. Turbulant Lucca Window Box
0818573011244

Bloem

18 in. Turbulant Lucca Window Box

$14.98 /each

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The Lucca window box planter comes with an attached basin that can be filled for the plant to feed from once the root system is established. To start the plant, use convention top watering techniques and then switch to bottom watering by filling the basin as needed for the roots to wick the water up. The fill spot is more subtle than traditional self-watering planters, giving the flower pot a more acceptable appearance.

  • Self watering
  • Sturdy platform
  • Made of polypropylene, a recyclable plastic
  • 100% UV stable and weather resistant
  • Safe to leave out all winter long and will hold up for many years in the strongest sun
  • Made in USA

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I have a large south facing window sill; will this be placed inside?

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I have used these successfully both outside in a window box and inside on a window sill. Using them outside, I would just keep watering until the reservoir over-flowed. Inside you have to be more careful and mindful of the water level in the reservoir. Also, you cannot move these unless the reservoir is dry or water will slosh out. I put a stack of old newspapers under them just because I've made both Read More
I have used these successfully both outside in a window box and inside on a window sill. Using them outside, I would just keep watering until the reservoir over-flowed. Inside you have to be more careful and mindful of the water level in the reservoir. Also, you cannot move these unless the reservoir is dry or water will slosh out. I put a stack of old newspapers under them just because I've made both mistakes in the past. The newspaper has stayed dry, so this is only necessary as a precaution. Read Less
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