Are you killing your plants by being too generous on the watering side of things?
Or are you one of those neglectful plant parents who simply forget? Don't worry, we have all been there at some point.
The NEW Sustee ‘water checker’ has arrived at The Forest Collection. This revolutionary little device can tell you when to water your plant and when not to.
Simply pop your fail-proof device in your pot plant or kokedama and you’ll be at ease knowing your plant's thirst is quenched.
After watering your plant, the Sustee device absorbs moisture at the root level, just like your plant. Then as the level of absorbed water rises, the indicator gradually becomes blue.
It takes about 10-20 minutes to turn completely blue after watering. You will know it's time to water again when the colour changes from blue to white.
It's really that simple!
Sustee stays in place so it does not disturb your growing roots.
Available in 3 sizes to suit varying pots and kokedamas.
S - 9cm (6cm once inserted)
Suits small pots up to 12cm in diameter.
Suits our mini & small kokedamas.
M- 18cm (10.5cm once inserted)
Suits pots up to 18cm in diameter.
Suits our medium & large kokedamas.
L - 36cm (18cm once inserted)
Suits pots larger than 18cm in diameter.
Suits our giant and jumbo size kokedamas.
Available for purchase singularly, or in mixed packs. Each mixed pack offers a bulk buy saving = a better value way to purchase!
Small 5 pack - Save $10
Medium 5 Pack - Save $10
Large 5 Pack - Save $15
Mixed 3 Pack - Save $6
Sustee couldn't be easier! By following the 3 simple steps below, your plant mates should never go thirsty, or drown ever again!
Insert Sustee into the soil at the base of the plant, up to the small arrow indicator line on your Sustee device.
Your Sustee observation window will change colour from white to blue within 10-20 minutes after watering.
Blue = enough moisture in the soil - no need to water.
White = soil has dried and is in need of watering.
It's really that easy!
Sustee will last about 9 months before the indicator needs replacing. At this point, you can purchase replacement indicators and away you go!