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Buy Garden stake rain gauge: <ul><b><li>Attractive garden feature</li><li>Solid copper rod and glass</li><li>Helps avoid over/under watering</li></b></ul><br>A striking addition to the border, this handy rain gauge will help you keep tabs on how much water the garden needs. <br><br> Designed as a visual guide rather than a measure, it’ll give you a rough idea of how much rainfall there has been since you last emptied it.<br><br>Regular checks, along with examining the condition of your plants’ leaves, will help you learn how much water keeps your plants happy.<br><br>If there has been too little water, leaves will feel dry and crispy to the touch, while too much results in soft and limp leaves.<br><br>Knowing the optimum amount to water will help you avoid under or overwatering, keeping plants healthy and disease-free and limiting wastage.<br><br> Produced from hand-blown glass, solid copper rod and powder-coated steel.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Overall - L13.5cm x W13.5cm x H112cm<br>Glass - Ø12.5cm x H20.5cm

  • Attractive garden feature
  • Solid copper rod and glass
  • Helps avoid over/under watering

A striking addition to the border, this handy rain gauge will help you keep tabs on how much water the garden needs.

Designed as a visual guide rather than a measure, it’ll give you a rough idea of how much rainfall there has been since you last emptied it.

Regular checks, along with examining the condition of your plants’ leaves, will help you learn how much water keeps your plants happy.

If there has been too little water, leaves will feel dry and crispy to the touch, while too much results in soft and limp leaves.

Knowing the optimum amount to water will help you avoid under or overwatering, keeping plants healthy and disease-free and limiting wastage.

Produced from hand-blown glass, solid copper rod and powder-coated steel.

Measurements:
Overall - L13.5cm x W13.5cm x H112cm
Glass - Ø12.5cm x H20.5cm

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