Some of our planters include a drainage hole, while some do not. Here are some plant care recommendations for each situation:
PLANTERS WITH A DRAINAGE HOLE
If your planter has a drainage hole, you can plant as usual with appropriate potting soil. To water your plants, simply mist with a spray bottle or water your plants lightly using a watering can. Be aware that water may drip through the planter. We advise bringing your plant over to the sink for a little drench as needed.
PLANTERS WITHOUT A DRAINAGE HOLE
A plant may not require a drainage hole to thrive, though proper water technique becomes more critical. If your planter does not have a drainage hole, we recommend adding a handful of small stones, sand or charcoal to the base of the planter. This will give excess water somewhere to go. To avoid overwatering, simply mist the plant with a spray bottle or water lightly with a watering can. Depending on the water needs of your plant, you may need to adjust the frequency of your watering schedule.