Haws solid copper 1 litre watering can

1 litre £54.99
in stock - arrives before Christmas
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Haws solid copper 1 litre watering can: <ul><strong><li>Perfect for indoor plants</li><li>Burnished finish for rust resistance</li><li>Handmade in England</li></strong></ul><br>This traditionally styled 1ltr watering can from Haws is the perfect size for watering smaller plants.<br><br> Made from solid copper with an attractive burnished finish, this can is designed to last and can be safely left outside between waterings.<br><br>The curved spout makes it easy to direct the water flow, and the brass rose produces a fine spray suitable for even the most delicate plants - making it an ideal choice for greenhouse seedlings and houseplants.<br><br>The can is supplied in an attractive presentation box and makes a great gift for any green-fingered friend.<br><br> Minimum life expectancy of 10 years.

  • Perfect for indoor plants
  • Burnished finish for rust resistance
  • Handmade in England

This traditionally styled 1ltr watering can from Haws is the perfect size for watering smaller plants.

Made from solid copper with an attractive burnished finish, this can is designed to last and can be safely left outside between waterings.

The curved spout makes it easy to direct the water flow, and the brass rose produces a fine spray suitable for even the most delicate plants - making it an ideal choice for greenhouse seedlings and houseplants.

The can is supplied in an attractive presentation box and makes a great gift for any green-fingered friend.

Minimum life expectancy of 10 years.

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