There are many benefits to indoor plants. Not only do they add a little pop of color to our homes and offices, but they also help to pull toxins out of the air and improve our well-being.

Really, if it were up to us, every indoor space would be required to have at least one potted plant. But despite the many benefits of house plants, some people refuse to buy them because they are worried they’ll kill them. Granted, some plants are so low maintenance you only have to water them once or twice a month, but nevertheless, caring for a plant is another responsibility to add to the list.

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Luckily, watering plants has never been easier thanks to the Rainy Pot.

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Not only is this plant-watering system incredibly adorable, but it makes watering your house plants a breeze. All you have to do is pre-measure the amount of water your particular plant needs, and the “cloud” will intermittently shower it with a fresh drink of water.

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The Rainy Pot was created by Korean designer Jeong Seungbin, who always thought his indoor plants craved the rain. While some people opt to set their indoor plants outside for occasional watering, the Rainy Pot makes the “rain” accessible to all plants. Check it out in action:

 
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By limiting the amount of water that comes out of the cloud, the Rainy Pot will help prevent overwatering; plus, the design is so simple and — frankly — adorable, you’re sure to remember to water your plants.

To learn more about the Rainy Pot or get one of your own, click here. Your plants will thank you.

All image source: Rainy Pot

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