Increased humidity levels will benefit almost all types of indoor plants, but mostly your exotic plants like Calatheas, Alocasias and other. The only type of plants that do not tolerate humidifier are succulents and cactus.
Moisture Boost For
''It not only works great, but it also looks great!''
Cactus Humidifier Adds Moisture to Your Plants
Silent & Stylish
Large Water Tank (no need to fill often)
FREE Cotton Filter
1 Year Warranty
Moisture Boost For
''Its small but mighty! I like how it compliments my plant grouping. My plants have been thriving ever since they get that extra moisture boost!''
End The War With Crispy Leaves
Are you frustrated seeing your plants struggling with low humidity? Are you fed up seeing crispy leaves on your most precious plants?
All you need is a plant humidifier! The soft cool mist which it produces gives your plants long term humidity increase they need to thrive and look their best.
Simply fill up with tap water and let it run for a few hours each morning. This small humidifier comes with spacious water tank, night light mode and 2 mist modes. When the water runs out, it shuts off automatically.
This humidifier for plants is easy to move around and cover your plant grouping properly. It comes in a handy size (3''x 3'' x 5''), free cotton filter and is powered by USB cable.
Humidifier vs Misting
Humidifier for Plants
Steady humidity levels at all time
Fully automated with an auto-switch off function
No danger of build up of mold or bacteria on leaves
Increases humidity temporarily for a short period of time
Need to be performed manually several times a day
Can lead to water and mold accumulating on leaves
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How Does a Humidifier
help my plants?
Dry air at home can make your skin feel dry, but it also causes distress for your indoor plants.
Ideal humidity levels for indoor plants are 40% - 60%, which is not easy to achieve in most homes.
Tropical plants are especially sensitive to humidity levels and need a little boost to keep them healthy.
In winter and summer months, when you start using heating or fans, the humidity levels can drop as low as 10%.
A mini humidifier for plants is a fast, affordable and convenient solution to give your plants the humidity levels they need to thrive and look their best!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which plants can I use this for?
Does it make a lot of noise?
The humidifier is very silent and produces noise only in the level of 30 dB. As an ultrasonic humidifier it only uses vibrations and you can barely notice when it's on.
Can I use it in my grow room or grow tent?
Yes, it can be used both as a grow room humidifier or grow tent humidifier. Depending on the size of your grow room or grow tent, you might want to purchase more than one to provide better coverage for your plants.
How often does it need to be refilled?
Depending on how long you run it, this small humidifier for plants lasts 12 - 18 hours on a single tank refill. If you run it for a couple of hours every day, it would last for about a week without a refill.
How often does the cotton filter last for?
One cotton filter (included free with each order) will last for approximately 3 months, or longer depending on how often you use the humidifier.
How long does the delivery take?
The standard shipping time to US is currently 10 days, with handling time 1 - 3 business days.
Can you use tap water with this humidifier?
Yes, this humidifier works the best with tap water only.
Should I leave my humidifier on at all times?
Humidifier should be used every day but does not need to run at all times. The best time to run a humidifier for your plants is in the morning between sunrise and midday, but not late in the evening or at night. Too much moisture at night can disrupt your plants’ natural transpiration process. Simply turn it on in the morning and shut off at lunchtime.
Where to place humidifier for plants? How close next to the plant does it have to be?
Humidifier should be placed between your plants or on a shelf in close proximity to the plants. Do not let the mist to go directly on the leaves of the plants as this will create water film over the leaves and invite mold and fungus to build up. If you want to find the best spot for your humidifier, you can also use a humidity meter and measure on which location it has the best impact on humidity levels.
Do humidity trays work better than a humidifier?
Humidity trays will certainly help to increase humidity levels, but they are not as effective as a plant humidifier.
When should I use a humidifier for my plants
For best results run it every day in the morning hours. You can use an automated timer or shut it off manually around lunchtime.
We are so excited you are here!
This shop was born behind our kitchen table as a labor of love and passion, following years of tending & crying over our plant babies.
Just like other plant parents, we have also struggled with crispy leaves, wilting plants and zero idea of how to keep plants happy and, most importantly, alive.
We have personally tested all products available in our shop and are confident they will transform the health of your plants and help you to extend your plant collection with confidence, without worrying about keeping your Calatheas, Alocasias and other tricky plants happy.