First discovered by local farmers over 2,000 years ago in the Amazon Basin, biochar is an ancient all-natural soil amendment made from heated compostable material. Its deep pores retain water and nutrients and encourage beneficial microbial growth. In fact, just 1 gram of biochar contains more surface area in its pores than an entire football field—lots of room to store the kinds of things plants love.
When it comes to the climate crisis, any action we can take to reduce our consumption helps. That’s why reducing the water that your houseplants, gardens, and lawns use can help in the fight against climate change.

When it comes to watering your plants, there are endless questions. How much water should I be using? Is it best to water from the top or the bottom? How do I know when my plant needs water? Does the time of day matter? What about the type of water? The list goes on.