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- Magid Versus West County Gautlet Gloves – Although we couldn’t totally decide on one pair over the other, if you’re looking for a small price break, then Magid is your glove. The West County gloves were a tiny bit roomier. Both gloves are awesome and a must have in your arsenal for pruning roses and other prickly plants.
- The Orbit Single Station Battery Operated Irrigation Timer We just started testing this timer. One year in, it has been very reliable, is extremely well priced and is the easiest timer we’ve ever programmed. One of it’s dimensions is fairly narrow, making it a great fit for tight spaces.
- The Dig Single Station Battery Operated Timer – The name has been changed to Galcon, but it’s still the same great irrigation timer. Reliable and well priced and also fairly easy to program. This timer also allows precision programming that a lot of battery operated timers don’t – 4 start times, a choice to water on a given day, and run times by the minute.
- Gardening with Ollas – If you are gardening in a drought sensitive area of the country, or are not close to a water source or electricity to set up irrigation, this ancient method of clay pot irrigation may be your solution.
- The Treegator Slow Release Watering Bag – It’s perfect for newly planted street trees. You could hand water but what if you forget? Take a look at the Treegator, it’s a clever and popular product to help you water and establish your new plants.
- Why Should I Use Rain Barrels? – Adding a rain barrel to your garden helps divert rain water run off from gutters – and straight out to the ocean – back into your garden and into the ground.