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Buy Tree watering bag: <ul><b><li>100% water absorption</li><li>Robust and reusable</li><li>UV stable - will not degrade in sunlight</li></b></ul><br>Keep newly planted or transplanted trees healthy and hydrated in any weather with these professional-quality tree watering bags.<br><br>Easily installed without tools, it simply wraps around the tree stem with no need for staking. Once filled with a hose, it gradually drips onto the ground below, seeping into and saturating the soil around the tree’s roots.<br><br>Unlike hand watering, no water is lost through run off or evaporation, making it a more efficient way to deliver water where needed and promoting deeper root growth. The bags can also be used to deliver soluble nutrients and fertilisers.<br><br>Each bag has a generous 90 litre capacity - typically enough to last for 5 days before refilling. For larger trees, two bags can be zipped together to create one larger bag.

  • 100% water absorption
  • Robust and reusable
  • UV stable - will not degrade in sunlight

Keep newly planted or transplanted trees healthy and hydrated in any weather with these professional-quality tree watering bags.

Easily installed without tools, it simply wraps around the tree stem with no need for staking. Once filled with a hose, it gradually drips onto the ground below, seeping into and saturating the soil around the tree’s roots.

Unlike hand watering, no water is lost through run off or evaporation, making it a more efficient way to deliver water where needed and promoting deeper root growth. The bags can also be used to deliver soluble nutrients and fertilisers.

Each bag has a generous 90 litre capacity - typically enough to last for 5 days before refilling. For larger trees, two bags can be zipped together to create one larger bag.

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