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Protect your deck, patio, windowsills, and any surface with flower window box trays. Sizes ranging from 18" to 36" in 5 colors. Made in the USA. Shatter-resistant.
Chelsea A saved to Farm Projects & Supplies
Place the river rocks or pebbles in a plastic plant tray and fill with water to add extra humidty for your plants
Devin Sonam saved to Plants
Here are 23 Creative and Modern Indoor Plant Wall Decor Ideas that you can copy to transform any of your empty wall completely!
Joyce Kuethe saved to house decorating
These stylish trays will save your windowsill from becoming a soil-and-water-stained eyesore.
Jeanne Fleming saved to Windows
Indoor pots can be a pain to move. Especially if you have more than a single caddy can handle. This sturdy tray makes it easy to roll several houseplants into the light, move them out of the way for cleaning, rotate them for watering, or just move them, period. Coordinates beautifully with your interior decor and our award-winning Bamboo LED Grow Light Collection.
Kristin Cherico saved to Plants and Garden Swoon
The newest addition to our Vermont-designed Essex collection of stands and supports, this update of an old classic is beautifully executed. Watertight tray catches spills be they from hastily giving your plants a drink, or missing the teacup as you pour from the pot. Tray also lifts off, so you can easily move the stand from room to room or from house to porch. (Great for serving tea on the lawn too.) Note: tray does not have a drainage hole, so when using this butler's tray as a plant…
Becca La Fazia saved to home + garden
Do Humidity Trays Really Work? Learn about the benefits of a pebble humidity tray, how they work, and even how you can make one by yourself.
Dana Schmitt saved to Green Thumb
Many tropical houseplants need high humidity to thrive, and an easy DIY pebble tray can help. Here's how to make a pebble tray for plants. The humidity level inside the average home is very low compared to a tropical outdoor environment. With air conditioning and central heating, we tend to strip much of the moisture
Mia Long saved to Houseplants
So, you’ve watered, fed and pruned your houseplants with loving care, and they still look like they’re struggling? An often-overlooked aspect of indoor gardening is humidity.
Rosa Smith saved to Plants