Soaker hose kit - 30 metres

£44.99
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Buy Soaker hose kit - 30 metres: <br><ul><strong><li>Made from recycled material</li><li>Can be used during hosepipe bans</li><li>Efficient ‘weeping’ watering action</li></strong></ul><br>This easy-install soaker kit lets you water the garden in the most efficient and economical way possible, and can still be used during a dreaded hosepipe ban!<br><br>Suitable for both greenhouses and gardens, the perforated hose delivers water evenly along its whole length and can be quickly set up to water all your plants at once.<br><br>It requires only low water pressure to operate and can be connected to a water butt or mains supply. You can leave it permanently in place for quick and easy watering whenever your plants need it.<br><br>Kit includes 30m soaker hose with 2 straight, 2 T-shaped, 2 elbow and 4 end connectors.


  • Made from recycled material
  • Can be used during hosepipe bans
  • Efficient ‘weeping’ watering action

This easy-install soaker kit lets you water the garden in the most efficient and economical way possible, and can still be used during a dreaded hosepipe ban!

Suitable for both greenhouses and gardens, the perforated hose delivers water evenly along its whole length and can be quickly set up to water all your plants at once.

It requires only low water pressure to operate and can be connected to a water butt or mains supply. You can leave it permanently in place for quick and easy watering whenever your plants need it.

Kit includes 30m soaker hose with 2 straight, 2 T-shaped, 2 elbow and 4 end connectors.

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