Watering Cans

February 28, 2010 at 10:20 pm

A good strong watering can is great for spot watering. It allows the pour to be more controlled, and is best used for short spurts of watering when a hose and sprinkler is not needed. Watering cans work well with the use of a rain barrel – just dunk it in and fill!
I prefer using a can no more than 2 litres, with a detachable head so I can vary from a sprinkle to a spout with the twist of the attachment, and a 2 litre can is the right weight for me to minimize spillage and reach above my head if needed.


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