Haws green watering can

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  • Slim shape for easy carrying
  • Strong and durable
  • Handmade in England

The serious gardener’s choice, Haws watering cans are made to last a lifetime. Made from hot dipped heavy gauge galvanised steel with a powder coated finish, this can is tough and completely rust-resistant - ideal for the British climate.


This 5ltr can’s slimline oval shape makes it easy to carry close to the body - even when full - and the domed lid helps avoid spills.


Designed with a hoop handle running from front to back, the can is best carried with two hands, but with a 6.4kg weight when full, it can easily be used single-handed.


Supplied with a rotatable brass rose for a fine spray that won’t harm delicate seedlings.

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