I’m considering a moisture meter or watering globes/bulbs to help with watering my plants. My boyfriend will be caring for our plants in Los Angeles while I’m away for work for a month. He doesn’t have much of a green thumb so I want to get something to hopefully help in avoiding under or overwatering. What would be better in this case, a moisture meter or watering globes?
My outdoor plants: two lemongrass, two lavender (in one container), two aloe cuttings (in one container), two succulents (in one container); recently planted California poppy seeds and Iceland poppy seeds, each in their own container. (Do watering globes even work for seeds?)
My indoor plants: dumb cane (next to south-facing window), zebra succulent (across from south-facing window), and jade pothos (in bathroom, occasionally moved near east-facing window). However, if water globes are the better option, I will only use them on my outdoor plants.