Mizu Pods Alternative to Watering Your Plants Hydrating Sponge Pods
Mizu Pods™ are the easy and attractive way to add style to your house while keeping your plants healthy all year long.
The Mizu Pod absorbs water like a sponge and automatically releases the right amount of water to keep plants hydrated. Buy one set for $10.00 plus $6.95 P&H and get a 2nd set FREE, just pay addtional $6.95 P&H.
This is not only a stylish way to keep your plants happy and watered, but it just makes sense. Everyone gets busy and forgets to water their plants. Or what if you decide to go on vacation and you have many houseplants in your home? It seems so silly to play someone just to come to your house to water plants.
This amazing new way to keep your plants hydrated is simple yet effective. Simply soak the pods in water and watch them expand in size. This activates them and they are now ready to mix with the soil of your plants. It grows up to 50 times in size right before your eyes when you soak them. The material will not pop or break and even helps hold the stems of your plant in place.
The Mizu Pods are a great way to keep your plants watered for longer. Plus, they colors they come in (purple, red, pink, blue, turquoise) make them a beautiful centerpiece as well. Create gorgeous arrangements and holiday gifts. It keeps your plants perfectly hydrated with the right moisture level, for up to 6 weeks!
The smart time release feature of Mizu Pods automatically start to release water when the soil becomes dry. You can use these pods in plants with soil like your typical household plants, or you can make flower arrangements with cut flowers and put Mizu Pods in the base for flowers that will last longer. Even use them for hydroponic plants and seed germination to get seeds started before putting them in your garden.
Mizu Pods work best when you put the entire tube of your preferred color pods into a large container. With 4 cups of water, add your Mizu Pods and watch them expand. The full expansion and absorption process takes about 6 hours in all. Once done, pour off any excess water. You can then use them how you want.
Technology and advances in science and agriculture are always expanding. This is another unique way that we can easily keep plants watered while it being colorful and fun to look at at the same time. It will certainly be a talking point among guests and friends when they see these odd little pods and ask what they are.
Water your plant with just enough water
Too much or too little water can really harm your plants. With this delicate balance on the line, how do you know when to water and when not to? Some people put their finger in the soil and if it feels dry, the plant needs watered. If dirt sticks to your finger because it still has moisture, the plant can go a little longer without being watered.
Another way to tell if your houseplant needs watered is to look at its leaves. If they are all green and healthy looking, you most likely are doing a great job at watering. If leaves are turning yellow and wrinkly, you are adding too much water or watering too often. Brown, crunchy leaves means the plant is not getting enough water.
There have been many self watering plant containers over the years. A homemade one has been made out of the 2 liter soda bottle and turned upside down. A modern version of this is the pretty glass Aqua Globes you may have seen advertised on TV and in your local plant and garden center. The newest version is the Mizu Pods which takes up less room because it goes right in the soil with your plant and keeps it hydrated for weeks at a time.
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