Daisy Rain Sprinkler Pots For Your Deck or Yard Oasis

by Betty Bite

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Ello, folks! I was so happy to get home today that I just wanted so badly to put together my Daisy Rain Sprinkler Pots. This baby is so awesome and if you really don’t have a green thumb like I do this is perfect.

Here in the mountains we are still freezing at night, so I am not able to get flowers till later this week and I will share those pictures with you, but till then I wanted to make sure you had a chance to learn about this garden system.

What I like most about this garden system is that it is so easy to use and you can actually use the pots and hose on the deck as well as it comes with fasteners so that it hides the hose on the outside. Super cool right?

Everything you need to put this system together is included inside the box.

The Daisy Rain Three Pot Kit includes:

  • Three 7-gallon Daisy Rain Sprinkler Pots
  • Micro-Drip™ Conversion Kit with 25 PSI pressure regulator and 25 feet of hose
  • Three adjustable sprinkler heads
  • Three risers
  • Six figure-8 hose ends
  • Two tee fittings
  • Three coupler fittings
  • Four elbow fittings
  • Punch tool for conversion to subsoil soakers
  • Save $10 compared to buying components separately
garden system

I am so excited to use these this summer. Most areas it would be totally fine to start planting but our weather here is just a bit different this year.

Placement of the Daisy Rain Garden system is totally up to you and the possibilities are endless. From your deck to your yard, anywhere.

One thing you do have to keep in mind is that their hose that comes with this system has pressure regulator so do make sure that that is the end that is on the faucet.

I wanted to show you a better picture of the inside of the pot. Since many flowers need different water Daisy Rain really though of everything. You can place either a shower on your flowers or a sub-soil soaker.

Daisy Rain Garden Sprinkler has two options available when it comes to their sets. One with a timer and the other without. So this really is a “no brainer” system 🙂

I do hope that you check it out and please look out for my flowers soon. Looks like after this week I am ready to plant. Head on over to pick up your system now and make sure to tag me on social as you plant this year, @ello_betty.

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