Cup & Saucer Self-Watering Hanging Basket

$89.00 - $183.00
In stock items ship in 1 to 2 business days | special order items allow 10 to 12 weeks - NO RETURNS
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SKU Diameter Height
CAS0P 16" 9.5"
CAS1P 20" 10.4"

The self-watering Cup & Saucer planter is designed as a hanging planter. 

  • Supplied with the unique AquafeedTM self-watering capillary action wick and dispersal matting system that keeps compost optimally moist and plants healthy and strong
  • Generous sub-soil water reservoir provides permanent water source and keeps evaporation to a minimum
  • Double walled construction keeps plants cool in summer and insulated in winter
  • Easy access filling points allow units to be topped up no more than once or twice a week 
  • Overflow holes above the dispersal pad prevent roots becoming saturated
  • Made in Britain with recyclable polyethylene, units are virtually maintenance free and are carbon friendly

Custom made planter and is non-returnable.




Amberol is a UK company established in 1969.  They produce a wide variety of self-watering planters perfect for residential use as well as large public places.

We have limited stock of the CAS-0P basket in Sunflower, but all other colors will be a special order item.  Allow 10 to 12 weeks.  Once an order is placed, Amberol will begin fabrication of your order, generally taking about 6 to 8 weeks.  We then piggy-back their orders with our Agriframes orders to keep shipping and pricing as reasonable as possible.


Amberol pioneered and developed a unique self-watering system called AquafeedTM.  These planters save time, water and money. No question.

The concept is as remarkable as it is simple: a series of high capacity capillary-action wicks “suck” water up from a sub-soil water reservoir onto dispersal matting, from which water spreads evenly to the compost overlaying it, keeping it optimally moist at all times.

As a result, plants stay healthy and look stunning for longer. Why? Because plant roots grow towards the water source, absorbing only the water and nutrient they need.

Evaporation is also kept to a minimum, therefore self-watering planters need only be topped up once or twice a week, saving you time, water and money.