Haws brass plant mist sprayer

300ml £22.99
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Buy Haws brass plant mist sprayer: <ul><strong><li>Easy-press plunger</li><li>Attractive natural brass</li><li>Gift packaged</li></strong></ul><br>Perfect for taking care of indoor plants, this handy brass sprayer has an easy-press plunger and produces a fine mist - perfect for orchids and other less thirsty plants.<br><br>The sprayer has a polished finish and is presented in an attractive gift box, making it an ideal gift for any plant enthusiast.<br><br>Over time, the untreated brass will develop a patina with use, but this can be buffed back to the original finish.

  • Easy-press plunger
  • Attractive natural brass
  • Gift packaged

Perfect for taking care of indoor plants, this handy brass sprayer has an easy-press plunger and produces a fine mist - perfect for orchids and other less thirsty plants.

The sprayer has a polished finish and is presented in an attractive gift box, making it an ideal gift for any plant enthusiast.

Over time, the untreated brass will develop a patina with use, but this can be buffed back to the original finish.

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Looks good on the window sill along with the plants

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Lovely looking sprayer

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