RHS Burgon and Ball British bloom indoor watering can

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Buy RHS Burgon and Ball British bloom indoor watering can: <ul><b><li>Endorsed by the RHS </li><li>Oversize handle for easier pouring </li><li>Part of a coordinating range</li></b></ul><br>Keep houseplants hydrated in style with this glorious dahlia print watering can from Burgon & Ball.<br><br>Made from rugged galvanised steel, the gloss black powder coat contrasts beautifully with the hot pink dahlias emblazoned on each side.<br><br>The perfectly balanced 1 litre can features an elegant curved spout for accurate pouring and includes a spout brace for easy two-handed use.<br><br>Part of the RHS British Bloom collection featuring early 19th century illustrations and watercolours dating back to the 1630s, selected from the RHS Lindley Library.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W13cm x L37cm (inc spout) x H21cm (inc handle)

  • Endorsed by the RHS
  • Oversize handle for easier pouring
  • Part of a coordinating range

Keep houseplants hydrated in style with this glorious dahlia print watering can from Burgon & Ball.

Made from rugged galvanised steel, the gloss black powder coat contrasts beautifully with the hot pink dahlias emblazoned on each side.

The perfectly balanced 1 litre can features an elegant curved spout for accurate pouring and includes a spout brace for easy two-handed use.

Part of the RHS British Bloom collection featuring early 19th century illustrations and watercolours dating back to the 1630s, selected from the RHS Lindley Library.

Measurements:
W13cm x L37cm (inc spout) x H21cm (inc handle)

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