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10 Wet Pot (Ollas) Watering System Kit - Self Watering Plants.... Amazing!

Price:
$189.00


Product Description

"The watering system works wonders!
As I write this, the temperature is +43C, however neither tomatoes nor cucumbers look heat stressed.
Beautiful, thanks!"

Review by Olga K, Jan 2014

AS SEEN ON ABC GARDENING AUSTRALIAThe ‘Wetpot’ Watering Systems consist of porous ceramic pots buried under the soil beside your plants.
 
Burying unglazed clay pots, called Ollas, filled with water is an ancient method of plant irrigation. Wet Pots are the modern day equivalent and conected by tubing to make it an automatic watering system. 

Wetpots slowly seep out water under gravity pressure keeping the soil moist, providing you with beautiful fresh herbs and vegetables or strong healthy shrubs and trees.

Water is delivered below the often hard and dry soil surface direct to your plants roots. This prevents water being lost through evaporation or runoff.

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This kit contains 10 Wet Pots, the 30 litre drum, 10 meters of tubing, instructions and all fittings neccessary to set up.

As the plants develop, their roots wrap around the wetpots and only take as much or as little water as they require.

  • Easy to install
  • Very efficient direct watering to plants roots
  • Saves water – using as little as 1/2 litre per emitter per week!
  • Grow lush healthy plants in a drought or where other watering systems are restricted or banned
  • Automated without electricity or gadgets
  • Perfect for pot plants or in the garden

“My husband and I love our wet pots. The vegetable and soft fruit gardens have never looked so good.
Our children have seen the result and are interested in them. So we would like to purchase an another
50 wet pots and give them as Xmas presents.”

Nerida and Charlie – South Australia

 
 

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  1. Best purchase for my small garden

    Posted by Olga K. on 14th Jan 2014

    I ordered my first wet pot kit this spring for my tomato patch, and the second kit a couple of months later for cucumbers. Both kits were delivered fast and in perfect condition, thanks.
    The watering system works wonders!
    As I write this, the temperature is +43C, however neither tomatoes nor cucumbers look heat stressed.
    Beautiful, thanks!


  2. Gardens have never looked so good

    Posted by Nerida and Charlie - South Australia on 19th Nov 2013

    My husband and I love our wet pots. The vegetable and soft fruit gardens have never looked so good.
    Our children have seen the result and are interested in them. So we would like to purchase an another 50 wet pots and give them as Xmas presents.


  3. Fast Delivery!

    Posted by Marsha on 7th Dec 2012

    I am blow away that I have just got the wet pot watering system now today. I only ordered yesterday. Absolutely amazing. thank you so very much. I am looking forward in setting the system up in my vegie patch. My veggies are going to love you over the summer months. Thank you so much again. I wish you and your family a very merry Christmas. Cheers. Marsha. South East Queensland.


  4. keeps potted plants going over the warmer months

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Sep 2012

    To combat weeds and for the convience of having kitchen herbs on the veranda I've been using pots. However keeping the pots watered has been a problem especailly during the warmer months and on the veranda it was near imposible to keep things alive even with the water well pots. Using the Wet pots I can keep them going only filling up on the weekends when it is more convient for me.