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Post  Josh on Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:39 pm

It is hand made, and it works great for watering seedlings and cuttings or anything that you want to water gently.



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Post  nKedrOoStEr on Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:25 am

That's actually very cool! Is that how you fill it? By placing it in the pot of water? Do tell.

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Post  Josh on Sun Feb 05, 2012 6:36 pm

Yes I forgot to tell how it works. I have a bucket of water that I put it in and then I put my thumb over the hole at the top, that keeps the water from coming out of it, then when you take your thumb off the hole the water will come out and when you want it to stop you just put your thumb over the hole again. You can use a pan of water like in the photo, it will fill up to however deep the water is in the pan.
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Post  wncsohn on Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:39 pm

Man-made Rain Shower! That is really neat looking! And so easy to use!

May I ask where you got it at?

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Post  Josh on Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:24 pm

I bought it at the local herb and garden show last year, the man that makes it has a web site, mine is the small one.

http://www.puddingstonelawton.com/terra-cotta-garden-additions.html
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Medieval water dripper

Post  Josh on Fri Feb 15, 2013 11:15 am

I also have the medieval water drip system. There is a stick that you put in the hole in the pot, you can adjust the drip by how tight you push the stick into the hole. I hang it over a pot of moss and let it slowly drip to keep the moss moist.






Have you ever layed awake at night and can't sleep because there is water dripping somewhere, after it rains sometimes outside my bedroom window I can hear water dripping...drip...drip...drip...well if you need a sleepless night, you can always let it drip over a dish of water tongue

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