15 Eclectic Irrigation Equipment
These days, it’s all about being smart with water, and knowing how to stretch your resources and closing the water cycle. When shopping for sprinklers or irrigation equipment, consider how efficient and self-sufficient you can be with the water you already have. More
You may think these hoses are a bit frou-frou because of the fabulous rainbow of colors they come in, but these are heavy-duty, professional grade Dramm hoses. Great for gardeners who like to add a little bit of quirkiness to their grounds.
Our glossy eco-friendly rain boots are made of plant-based, phthalate-free rubber in an effort to both save trees and keep you dry from mid-calf to toe. Go ahead and make a splash!
These hummingbird faucets would jazz up any outdoor garden hose. But better yet, why not take them inside?
Now this is clever. What a great way to keep your sprinkler out full time without junking up the yard. The purple irises are actually quite pretty on their own. I love that they double as a sprinkler and can hook up to your hose with little effort. I always blow off watering because it's "too hard"...
These watering cans are colorful and functional. They come in a mix of sizes and colors so they look great even when you're not using them.
My mother had a little copper watering can for indoor plants when I was a child. This one has the same delicate lines and long spout that makes these sorts of watering cans invaluable. You'll be amazed at how much less water you spill.
I think this is just about the cutest watering can I've ever seen. The floral pattern makes it beautiful and perfect to leave out on a side table on your patio. Because it's mad of steel and meant for the outdoors, it should weather the elements. From a usability standpoint, I like that the spout...
What's great about this rain cistern is that it fits right onto your rain gutter to collect runoff during a storm. Unlike many other rain collecting devices, it really won't take up much space in your yard at all. The watering can easily pops out and can use the spout at the bottom of the cistern...
The lattice work pattern covering this rain barrel makes it look like a decorative piece rather than an eco-friendly solution to the dry days in summer. It has been thoughtfully put together with a spout at the bottom and matching watering can. The feel of wrought iron and retro patio furniture...
This lime green garden hose would make gardening a lot more fun and enjoyable with a burst of color in the yard.
This watering stake is one of the most valuable tools a gardener can have. Especially if you're a gardener who loves to travel away for days on end. Fill up the little can and put it in your plants and you won't have droopy friends greeting you when you return.
I refuse to accept that this watering can is for children only. I think it's awesome. I love the bumble bee, her bright colors and her clever flower nose. Leave it out year round for a little ray of sunshine or spiff up a small balcony in the city with some quirky fun color.
I couldn't help but include this fun little watering can. The tree limb handle and spout are too cute. The trunk is cleverly incorporated as the holding basin. It's the kind of gardening tool that you don't have to put away. Think of all the fun conversations you could start with this on your side...
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