Hydria Pot Wall

The Hydria Pot is a beautiful and simple water droplet collector designed by João Tomaz. It is designed to keep the roots of plants moist for longer periods. As night temperatures drop, condensation will form on the upper leafy part of the pot. Gravity driven water droplets will follow the metal veins and conduct the condensation into the clay pot, where it will remain until fully absorbed by the roots. To optimise the Hydria Pot, water can be added during dry spells.
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Hydria Pot is a root irrigation system that collects water from morning dew droplets into a clay pot container.

Hydria Pot working infographics

Hydria Pot is a root irrigation system that collects water from morning dew droplets into a clay pot container.

Hydria Pot is a root irrigation system that collects water from morning dew droplets into a clay pot container.

"plant watering pot" - The Hydria plant watering pot is an irrigation system that uses gravity and dew drops to provide moisture to plants. The pointed clay pot on the bo.

Hydria Pot Design

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Hydria Pot prototype - this tool is amazing to keep your plants moist for a longer period of time!

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Hydria Pot is a green active product! For each Hydria Pot sponsorship we will plant a tree to reclaim the Natural World!

Hydria Pot is a green active product! For each Hydria Pot sponsorship we will plant a tree to reclaim the Natural World!

Hydria Pot design inspiration   Via: Squirrelondope

Hydria Pot design inspiration Via: Squirrelondope

Hydria Pot on a vase

Hydria Pot on a vase

HydriaPot Prototype photo

HydriaPot Prototype photo

Hydria Pot is a root irrigation system that collects water from morning dew droplets into a clay pot container.

Hydria Pot is a root irrigation system that collects water from morning dew droplets into a clay pot container.

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