You’ve purchased your plants, you’ve amended your soil, you have everything in the ground or a container, and you’re ready to enjoy. Wait! Don’t forget about watering!
Water is obviously an element essential for plant survival, and watering is an unavoidable chore for every gardener. When you bring home new plants, whether in your lawn and landscape, or in containers, you need to have a plan for how you will care for your investment. Certainly, watering systems are key to that plan.
Homestead can help! We have several products that will make your watering tasks easier than ever!
The Plant Nanny
A great way to water plants day-to-day, and the perfect solution to keep plants watered while on vacation! Plants grow healthier by getting consistent moisture where it’s most needed. Recycle your plastic or glass bottles with the Plant Nanny, available to shop online for pick up from our Davidsonville store.
The strongest, lightest hose in its class, Flexogen® curves without kinking, connects without leaking and holds up season upon season, delivering superior performance.
Our Suncast outdoor storage reel has a crank handle, lid, and sliding mechanism for effortless hose storage. Easy reeling with half the effort! Patented Easy Link system ensures a watertight connect from reel to hose!
Urbalive Self Watering Plant Box $59.99-$72.99
This stylish self-watering system has a visual indicator, so there is no over- or under-watering. It’s great for every sort of plant, indoors or out, and on balconies, roof terraces and patios. We sell two sizes and three colors!
Crescent Too Self Watering Pots and Containers
Crescent Too offers a variety of self watering options, all featuring a revolutionary system that delivers water from the roots up, keeping the plants properly fertilized and their flowers protected. Additional organizing and planting accessories designed for the Nest Raised Planter help create a truly encompassing (and stylish!) gardening experience.
Now that you have your tools, read up on some advice from our Landscape Division about how, and how often, you should water!