RHS Burgon and Ball flora & fauna indoor watering can

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Buy RHS Burgon and Ball flora & fauna indoor watering can: <ul><strong><li>Endorsed by the RHS</li><li>Rust-resistant galvanised steel</li><li>Perfect for houseplants</li></strong></ul><br>Add a splash of chinoiserie chic to your home or greenhouse with this striking bird print watering can.<br><br>Made from galvanised steel to protect against rust, the slender curved spout allows accurate watering without overflow or spillage. Ideal for herb pots and houseplants.<br><br>Part of the RHS Flora & Fauna collection, inspired by Chinese watercolours and hand-coloured 1800s engravings from the RHS Lindley Library of historic botanic art.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W36cm x H21cm<br>Capacity 1 litre

  • Endorsed by the RHS
  • Rust-resistant galvanised steel
  • Perfect for houseplants

Add a splash of chinoiserie chic to your home or greenhouse with this striking bird print watering can.

Made from galvanised steel to protect against rust, the slender curved spout allows accurate watering without overflow or spillage. Ideal for herb pots and houseplants.

Part of the RHS Flora & Fauna collection, inspired by Chinese watercolours and hand-coloured 1800s engravings from the RHS Lindley Library of historic botanic art.

Measurements:
W36cm x H21cm
Capacity 1 litre

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