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How much do self-watering plant containers usually cost?

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As of 2015, prices of self-watering plant containers range from approximately $2 for a 6-inch diameter plastic pot from Home Depot to $400 for a 51-inch wicker trough planter from Gardener's Supply Company. The cost of a self-watering plant container varies greatly by size, material and brand.

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Planters with a self-watering feature simplify growing for the busy home gardener. Plants in pots designed by Lechuza can go up to 12 weeks between watering.

Self-watering planters are used indoors or outside. Smaller pots are perfect for the windowsill garden. Large troughs and planters are more suitable for outdoors. Gardeners use self-watering pots to grow ornamental plants as well as fruits and vegetables.

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