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Indoor Kensington Watering Can

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The Indoor Kensington Watering Can is a stylish way to help keep your indoor plants hydrated. The perfect gift for an indoor plant lover, this watering can is the ideal size for watering herbs, pot kits and your indoor garden.

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Delivery & Returns
SOTO GARDENS EDITS AND COLLECTIONS: Soto deliver nationwide for all individual plants, pots and accessories via our courier partner, DPD within 3-7 working days. Outdoor plants will be delivered from the 18th March, a member of the Soto team will be in touch closer to the time. From the 18th March, Soto border collections are hand delivered within 3-7 working days to Greater London and the Home Counties. Please get in touch if you live outside these areas. Delivery is free for all orders over £50. For orders under £50, we charge £6. If you would like your order delivered after this period, please let us know when you’d like to take receipt in the delivery notes. Soto Guests, including BIG GREEN EGG and FLOWERBX are delivered in accordance with their T&C’s. Please see our delivery and returns page for more information. Please contact Soto if you’ve any questions.
Top Tip

Watering indoor plants is a crucial aspect of their care, and it's essential to provide the right amount of water to keep them healthy. Check each plants profile page for a guide on understanding when to water.

Quick facts


There are 10 important steps to watering your indoor plants:

Watering indoor plants is a crucial aspect of their care, and it's essential to provide the right amount of water to keep them healthy. Here are 10 general guidelines for watering indoor plants:

  1. Check Moisture Levels: Stick your finger into the soil up to the first knuckle. If the soil feels dry at this depth, it's time to water.
  2. The frequency of watering depends on factors like the plant species, pot size, environmental conditions, and the time of year
  3. Water the plant thoroughly until water starts draining out of the bottom of the pot. This ensures that the entire root ball receives moisture.
  4. Never let the plant sit in standing water.
  5. Watering cans with a narrow spout are useful for delivering water directly to the soil without splashing the foliage.
  6. Different plants have different water requirements. Some plants, like succulents, prefer to dry out completely between waterings, while others, like ferns, prefer consistently moist soil.
  7. Adjust your watering routine based on environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, and light levels. Plants may need more water in warmer and brighter conditions.
  8. Use Room Temperature Water.
  9. Pay attention to how your plants respond to your watering routine.
  10. Indoor plants often require less water during the winter when they are not actively growing.

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