Flopro plug and go watering: raised bed and borders kit

£29.99
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Buy Flopro plug and go watering: raised bed and borders kit: <ul><b><li>Waters beds and borders up to 4ft x 8ft</li><li>Efficient - uses up to 70% less water</li><li>Simple no-tool set up</li></b></ul><br>This raised bed and border irrigation kit allows effortless watering of beds, borders, hedges and vegetable patches up to 4ft x 8ft.<br><br>Quick and easy to install, the efficient drip line kit delivers water at 1.2 litres per hour, with each outlet soaking an area of around 30-50cm.<br><br>Just connect it up to your outdoor tap or water butt, run the pipe along soil where required and secure in place using the ground spikes.<br><br>The universal fittings make it suitable for use with any water timer for fully automatic watering. The modular design also allows two kits to be joined together to create a larger system.<br><br>Please note: if using with water butts, the minimum outlet height is 35cm.

  • Waters beds and borders up to 4ft x 8ft
  • Efficient - uses up to 70% less water
  • Simple no-tool set up

This raised bed and border irrigation kit allows effortless watering of beds, borders, hedges and vegetable patches up to 4ft x 8ft.

Quick and easy to install, the efficient drip line kit delivers water at 1.2 litres per hour, with each outlet soaking an area of around 30-50cm.

Just connect it up to your outdoor tap or water butt, run the pipe along soil where required and secure in place using the ground spikes.

The universal fittings make it suitable for use with any water timer for fully automatic watering. The modular design also allows two kits to be joined together to create a larger system.

Please note: if using with water butts, the minimum outlet height is 35cm.

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