Self-Watering Double Herb Pot
Hassle-free fresh herbs.
You know what’s nice about having fresh basil, thyme and mint at your fingertips in the kitchen? You can use as much or as little as you like without worrying about a giant bundle of herbs turning to mush in your fridge. Pinch off a few leaves when the inspiration strikes, and let the plant go on growing when you’ve picked what you need. Rosti Mepal makes the job even easier with their self-watering kitchen herb pot: All you have to do is refill the water reservoir in the base a few times a week, and the plants will absorb the exact amount they need from the cotton hydro cord. Voila: Overwatering and countertop spills eliminated.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Bobbi Lin
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