Automatic Plant Waterer

$8.00

Here’s a little helper for when you’re on holiday, or for those who are a bit forgetful with watering their plants. This is an ideal companion to most plants, especially those in our ‘Leafy Love’ range. Ready to use and super easy installation, this handy little gizmo helps deliver a consistent supply of water to your plant.

More info and detailed usage instructions below

See our Delivery Zones below

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Guaranteed same day weekday delivery is available for all orders placed before 11am to our delivery areas, unless booked out earlier. The map and list below show our delivery suburbs for this product. If you live outside our delivery zones, please contact us and we’ll endeavour to arrange something for you.

ZONE ONE – PURPLE: FREE DELIVERY

Acacia Gardens • Arndell Park • Beaumont Hills • Bella Vista • Bidwill • Blackett • Blacktown • Bungarribee • Caddens • Cambridge Gardens • Cambridge Park • Claremont Meadows • Colebee • Colyton • Constitution Hill • Dean Park • Dharruk • Doonside • Eastern Creek • Emerton • Emu Heights • Emu Plains • Erskine Park • Girraween • Glendenning • Glenmore Park • Glenwood • Greystanes • Harris Park • Hassall Grove • Hebersham • Horsley Park • Huntington Heights • Huntingwood • Jamisontown • Kellyville • Kellyville Ridge • Kings Langley • Kings Park • Kingswood • Lalor Park • Leonay • Lethbridge Park • Marayong • Marsden Park • Mays Hill • Minchinbury • Mount Druitt • Mount Druitt Village • Mulgoa Rise • North Kellyville • North St Marys • Oakhurst • Old Toongabbie • Orchard Hills • Oxley Park • Parklea • Parramatta • Parramatta (Commonwealth Offices) • Penrith • Plumpton • Prospect • Quakers Hill • Regentville • Rooty Hill • Ropes Crossing • Rouse Hill • Schofields • Seven Hills • Seven Hills West • Shalvey • Smithfield • Smithfield West • South Penrith • South Wentworthville • St Clair • St Marys • St Marys East • St Marys South • Stanhope Gardens • The Ponds • Toongabbie • Tregear • Wentworthville • Werrington • Werrington County • Werrington Downs • Westmead • Wetherill Park • Whalan • Willmot • Woodcroft • Woodpark

ZONE TWO – BLUE: $7.50

Abbotsbury • Baulkham Hills • Berkshire Park • Blaxland • Bligh Park • Bonnyrigg • Bonnyrigg Heights • Bossley Park • Box Hill • Camellia • Castle Hill • Clarendon • Clyde • Cranebrook • Dundas • Edensor Park • Fairfield • Fairfield East • Fairfield Heights • Fairfield West • Glenbrook • Granville • Greenfield Park • Guildford • Guildford West • Hobartville • Holroyd • Jordan Springs • Lapstone • Llandilo • McGraths Hill • Merrylands • Merrylands West • Mount Riverview • Mulgoa • Mulgrave • Nelson • North Parramatta • North Rocks • Northmead • Oakville • Oatlands • Old Guildford • Prairiewood • Richmond • Riverstone • Rosehill • Rydalmere • Shanes Park • South Granville • South Windsor • St Johns Park • Vineyard • Wakeley • Windsor • Windsor Downs • Winston Hills • Yennora

ZONE THREE – GREEN: $13.00

Agnes Banks • Ashcroft • Auburn • Badgerys Creek • Bass Hill • Berala • Birrong • Breakfast Point • Busby • Cabarita • Cabramatta • Cabramatta West • Canley Heights • Canley Vale • Carramar • Cartwright • Castlereagh • Cecil Hills • Cecil Park • Chester Hill • Chullora • Concord • Concord West • Cornwallis • Elizabeth Hills • Ermington • Georges Hall • Green Valley • Heckenberg • Hinchinbrook • Homebush • Homebush West • Horningsea Park • Hoxton Park • Kemps Creek • Lansvale • Len Waters Estate • Liberty Grove • Lidcombe • Liverpool • Londonderry • Luddenham • Lurnea • Middleton Grange • Mount Pritchard • Mount Vernon • Newington • Potts Hill • Prestons • Regents Park • Rhodes • Richmond Lowlands • Rookwood • Sadleir • Sefton • Silverwater • Strathfield • Sun Valley • Sydney Olympic Park • Valley Heights • Villawood • Wallacia • Warrimoo • Warwick Farm • Wentworth Point • West Hoxton • Yagoona

Automatic Plant Waterer

This ingenious watering system by Blumat is a handy little helper for whenever you’re  away from your plants for a little while, or simply for everyday use. It helps ensure your plants are always getting a proper drink.

What you get

Your automatic plant waterer is made up of a clay cone and a water feeding tube that’s attached to the cap and gets fixed to the cone.

Which plants is this good for?

Blumat’s automatic watering system is suitable for all plants. You can position the water source at different heights to affect the flow of water, better suiting the type of plant you’re caring for.

How to use your watering system

Blumat Automatic Plant Waterer Installation Instructions
  1. Remove the green cap
  2. Soak clay cone in water for about 15 minutes
  3. Fill the clay cone with water
  4. Press the cap on the completely full clay cone
  5. Insert the cone into the soil near the roots. The clay cone must be completely under the soil.
  6. Place the tube in a water container. Ready!

How does it work?

The system supplies plants with water directly through the porous clay cones. When the surrounding soil is dry, it draws moisture out of the cone. Water is drawn from a nearby reservoir through the tube to keep the cone topped up and ready to consistently water plant.

Water level

For best results the water level in your container should be equal to or lower than the cap of your waterer.

Water Level 1

The water level in the container is the same or slightly lower than the green cap.

Water is dispensed according to the degree of moisture in the soil. Water discharge is approximately 75 ml / 24 h. This is the ideal position for most plants.

Water Level 2

The water level in the container is much lower than the green cap.

Watering is dispensed according to the degree of moisture in the soil. As the roots need more energy to draw in water, water discharge reduces to approximately 50 ml / 24 h. This better suits plants that prefer drier soil like succulents and cactus.

Water Level 3

The water level in the container is higher than the green cap.

This allows water to flow from the container into the cone. The cone therefore constantly discharges water even if the soil’s moist enough. This can amount to up to 150 ml / 24 h. This is better suited to plants that prefer to stay a bit damp, like ferns.