Learn what a garden watering wand is and what are the benefits to using one on this quick podcast.
What is a Garden Watering Wand and Why Should You Use One?
In this podcast, you’ll learn what a garden watering wand is and what are the benefits to using one in your garden.
What You’ll Learn:
- What a garden watering wand is.
- 3 good reasons to use a garden watering wand in your garden to water your plants.
- Resources and links for more information.
Some of the resources and products below may be affiliate links, meaning we might get paid a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.
- Dramm’s Watering Best Practices Sheet
- Personalize Your Watering Needs: An Interview with Jessica Reinhardt from Dramm Corporation – Ep. 47
- Top 10 Garden Tools You May Not Actually Have (and Never Knew You Needed)
What is a Garden Watering Wand?
A garden watering wand or rain wand is a specific type of watering tool with a specialized watering nozzle on a lengthened pipe, ranging anywhere form 12-inches to 30 or more inches.
The watering wand and nozzle can deliver water to plants in a gentle pattern to those hard to reach plants making it a great tool to use.
Some even extend or telescope to reach further or higher.
And Why You Should Use One
Here are three good reasons to use a watering or rain wand:
- It mimics natural rain on plants so they aren’t harshly watered for minimal stem or leaf damage.
- It has a slower and gentler flow of water, compared to other watering nozzles, so it lets water filter down into the soil without flooding and to minimize flooding or erosion.
- And, it can be used to water plants that are hard to reach and far away or up higher that a traditional watering hand nozzle couldn’t reach.
And, if you have questions on watering your plants or other garden tasks, we are here to help, so please email us.
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