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The sale encompasses a variety of colors and sizes, ensuring there’s a perfect fit for every plant and decor style. Prices for these Target self-watering planters start as low as $2.10, making it an affordable option to add a touch of nature to your home or office. With such enticing prices, it’s an ideal time to stock up on these versatile planters and bring a vibrant, botanical atmosphere to any space.
You can take advantage of this limited-time offer both in store at your local Target location and online with shipping or store pickup. If you don’t want to get out of your car to pick up your order, learn all about how to use Target’s Drive Up option.
Target’s commitment to customer satisfaction extends beyond this incredible sale. When you purchase Room Essentials brand products, including these Target self-watering planters, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with Target’s 1-year return policy. This generous policy allows you to shop with confidence, knowing that you have a whole year to return or exchange your purchase should you have any issues or change your mind.
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When it comes to watering plants, many people tend to overdo it, thinking that the more water they give their plants, the better. However, that’s not always the case. Overwatering can actually be harmful to your plants, and it’s important to strike a balance so that your plants can thrive.
One important thing to keep in mind is to check the soil before watering. Stick your finger about an inch or two into the soil and see if it feels dry or moist. If it’s still moist, then your plant doesn’t need water just yet. If it’s dry, then it’s time to water.
Another tip is to make sure your plant is in a pot with good drainage. If water is pooling at the bottom of the pot or there’s a layer of standing water, that means the soil is retaining too much water and your plant could be at risk of root rot.
Finally, pay attention to the type of plant you have and its water needs. Some plants, like succulents, need very little water, while others, like ferns, need more frequent watering. You can do a quick search online to find out the watering needs of your specific plant. For more tips like this, check out our favorite home hacks to save you time and money.
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