Growing plants or having beautiful flowers in your garden for as much of the year as your area will allow, is a labor of love. Although watering the garden is essential to that labor, there is no doubt that most gardeners would like the watering tasks to be a bit easier most of the time. It can indeed be frustrating to see the water flowing away from the roots of the plant where it is needed, or evaporating in the hot sun. Wouldn’t it be great if there were some tools to make the watering process a bit easier? For your plants, for your garden, or for your family and friends, here are five essential plant watering tools that they can’t do without.
The most important thing that plants need is rainwater.
But since rainwater does not always fall when and where you would like, it is essential to catch the rain, hold onto it, and then deliver it deep into the ground, where it is intended to flow but doesn’t always. A Water Blossom from Water Blossom Creations has the answer; it is a convenient watering device. There are two parts to this essential tool. The first is the lovely flower-shaped basin that comes in bright colors that look as beautiful as the flowers themselves. The bowl is ample to channel enough water to nourish the plants, whether the water comes from the sky, or from the faucet, via one of the other essential watering tools.
The second part of this tool is the long, metal stem that delivers the water down deep into the soil to where it is needed, dispersing it in four directions! The water that collects in the basin goes into the stem and seeps out at the bottom of the spike through some holes, allowing the water to go down to the roots instead of running off into the grass or the fence line. The deep root irrigating basin and stem system is a watering tool that your garden will appreciate.
Keeping the soil nice and moist is the job of the watering tool, and the traditional hose, spray gun, and watering can are still essential to the garden. They can’t deliver water to the roots without keeping the water faucets on for an extended period, but they can provide water to the Water Blossom. The tools work together to keep the basins filled and the water flowing down to the roots.
If you are not sure of the best way to water your plants, especially when all plants have different needs for water, then consider giving your plants Water Blossom as a gift. Some plants need water deep down in the roots, some need water when it is shady, and some need to dry out a bit before they get a big drink. Water Blossom helps Mother Nature along, making it an essential tool because it does more than deep root irrigation and watering. It looks lovely, and its bright colors attract birds, butterflies, and other pollinators to the garden. Not only that, but it also saves time and labor. It’s a bit frustrating always to have to remind yourself to water, and it will save money since the watering that the Water Blossom can do is so much more efficient.