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IKEA PS FEJÖ Self-watering plant pot, white,

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Forgetting to water plants is human nature – it happens to all of us. With a self-watering plant pot, your plants will thrive anyway, and you don’t have to spend as much time watering.

Article Number200.393.94

Product details

Will help your plant to thrive, even if you can't water regularly.

The self-watering insert keeps the soil moist.

The plant pot with castors is simple to move, for example, when you are cleaning.


Thomas Sandell


Height: 35 cm

Outside diameter: 39 cm

Max. diameter flowerpot: 32 cm

Inside diameter: 35 cm

  • IKEA PS FEJÖArticle Number200.393.94

    Length: 40 cm

    Weight: 2.10 kg

    Diameter: 36 cm

    Package(s): 1

Love my flower potVerified ReviewerI’ve sprayed it orange and it’s a real eye catcher in the garden 🧚🏽‍♀️5
Large planterVerified ReviewerLove it, just what I was looking for.5
Plant pot on wheelsVerified ReviewerVery useful plant pot, good quality, easy to move round the garden, colour fit into any background. Highly delighted with the product.5
Easy moverVerified ReviewerOnly 4* because would have liked a different color. Very useful for the large plant I bought,can be moved easily and simple watering4
Self watering pots.Verified ReviewerI now have 7of these pots they are ideal for my roofed balcony. I have quite large plants in them including wisteria and a large Passion flower. I can go away on holiday knowing that they have plenty of water.5
AMAZING SIZE AMAZING PRICEVerified ReviewerAmazing - love this plant pot!!5
Nice itemVerified ReviewerLarge nice looking plant pot. Comes with (supposedly) clever device to ensure pot retains a precise amount of water. Weakness is reliance on a piece of polystyrene which is taped to a stick. Water makes tape wet so it comes unstuck. So no warning when water is low.3
So good I bought three!Verified ReviewerI bought one of these as I wanted to transplant an avocado tree which I had grown from a pit, they have a lot of roots so I wanted a large container. The bonus with this pot is that it comes on wheels. Once you have filled it I imagine it would be difficult to lift, hence the wheels. I was so happy with it that I returned and bought another two. The colour also means that it would fit in with most décor. Highly recommend.5
ideal pot fo ensuring wateringVerified ReviewerThis pot allows you to leave plant knowing that there will be enough water for a long time5
Use indoors or under cover not outsideVerified ReviewerI had bought this to save watering the pot too often, but it poured with rain for 2 days after use and the plants were drowned before I realised it was flooded. 2 plants died subsequently. Now I have drained it and am careful after rain, so it now takes more effort than my regular plant pots. Also the widget that tells you whether it needs water is pretty useless. The little white stalk just disappears down into the hole and the upper part just disengages, so also pretty useless If I lived closer I'd have taken it back..1
perfect potVerified ReviewerMy plants survive to all my holidays, no one needs to water my plants5
OK - butVerified ReviewerGood container - castors work for turning the plant though not that well for moving its position. Float is a good idea - but did not sit down properly3
IngeniousVerified ReviewerLarge plant pot on wheels! genius! Looks good and has a watering tube to ensure roots remain hydrated at the bottom.5
IKEA PS FEJÖ Self-watering plant pot, white, 32 cm

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Function solution

The best flowers water themselves

Ever forgotten to water your plants? A self-watering insert in IKEA PS FEJÖ plant pot keeps the earth nice and moist, so your flowers will flourish even if you water them at irregular intervals. Practical wheels make it easier to move the plant pot when cleaning etc.