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How to Plant in LECHUZA
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LECHUZA's Distinctive Features 

These romantic MINI's enchant your Christmas! These romantic MINI's enchant your Christmas! These romantic MINI's enchant your Christmas!
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Why plants grow better in LECHUZA:

  • The plant supplies itself with the optimum amount of
    water from the planter's water reservoir".
  • Spathiphyllum in conventional pot culture
  • The same Spathiphyllum
    after 3 months of growth
    phase in LECHUZA
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Planting with LECHUZA

  • Distribute the entire packet of LECHUZA PON (included with each planter)
    evenly over the bottom of the planter liner.
  • Place potting soil* over the layer of LECHUZA PON
  • Position the plant and fill the remaining space in the liner
    with potting soil.
* Alternatively, LECHUZA PON can be used instead of potting soil
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LECHUZA watering

  • Water as you normally would, from the top of the plants, for the first 12 weeks
  • After this period or once the roots have reached the water reservoir, fill the water reservoir through the water supply shaft, until the water level indicator reaches "max".
  • Keep an eye on the water level indicator to know when to refill the reservoir. Depending on the plant's water requirements, refill the reservoir approximately 1-2 weeks after the indicator reads "min", allowing the plant to go through its "dry phase".
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Daily watering
is a thing of the past

  • Planter's sub-irrigation system ensures optimal water supply
  • Go up to 12 weeks between watering
  • The water level indicator takes the guesswork out of watering
  • Never again worry about over-watering
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LECHUZA watering

  • Water as you normally would, from the top of the plants, for the first 12 weeks
  • After this period or once the roots have reached the water reservoir, fill the water reservoir through the water supply shaft, until the water level indicator reaches "max".
  • Keep an eye on the water level indicator to know when to refill the reservoir. Depending on the plant's water requirements, refill the reservoir approximately 1-2 weeks after the indicator reads "min", allowing the plant to go through its "dry phase".
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Plants can be switched with ease

  • Easy cultivation or over-wintering
  • Easily removeable liners
  • Some liners are interchangeable between different models
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Indoor & Outdoor

  • Overflow feature prevents outdoor water logging
  • When using the planters outdoors, removing the drain plug allows excess water to drain without depleting the reservoir's necessary water supply
  • Outdoor planters are weather resistant (UV safe, frost proof, and shatterproof).
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Mobile even when planted

  • Coasters come in varying sizes and make moving
    planters easy!*
  • High-quality plastic design makes planters lighter in weight
*Coasters are only compatible with certain planters
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Planters for every style

  • An assortment of planters featurinig hi-gloss (PREMIUM), matte (Color)
    or wicker-like (Cottage) finishes
  • All Lechuza planters are produced in Germany.
  • Geobra has more than 50 years of experience in plastic fabrication
  • 100 percent recyclable
hi-gloss (PREMIUM)
matte (Color)
wicker-like (Cottage)