Much more effective than watering cans or hosepipes
Grow flourishing plants and save on water with amazing root spikes. Simply spike into the soil and pour in water, which releases through a series of holes direct to the root zone – where it’s needed most. So much more effective than watering cans or hosepipes, when water can sit on the surface, struggle to penetrate dry soil or simply evaporate. Set of 6. 30 x 5.4 x 2cm.
In stock orders are normally delivered within 5-7 days using a tracked courier service. New working practices in our warehouse and courier networks means it may take us a little longer to deliver your parcel than usual. We deliver to the UK. Regrettably we cannot deliver to the Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland.
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You may return an item within 28 days of receipt for a prompt replacement, exchange or refund of the item price. Standard postal/Delivery charges will not be refunded on unsuitable items, unless order is cancelled within 14 working days of receipt of goods and returned parcels remain the customer's responsibility until received by us. Please read full Terms and Conditions for details.
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09 Aug 2021
They seem ok probably suited more for pots than the garden easy to use early days shall have to wait and see.
24 Jul 2021
"Excellent Watering Product"
I purchased these some years ago and was pleased to see that Coopers were selling them now. They are excellent for getting the water down to the roots of plants in large pots and stopping the runoff you regularly get after a long dry spell. Would recommend to everyone - they are a no brainer if you have lots of large potted plants on the patio!
17 Jul 2021
"Root Watering Spikes"
These are the best things I have had.
By Carrol Perryman,
13 Jul 2021
I now have 12 of these. They are ideal for pots they deliver the water to the roots, less chance of over watering. They save water as well. Ideal for those hard to reach pots. They are not obtrusive either. They blend in and are often hidden by foliage.