Instead of manually watering all of your hanging baskets and making your arm fall asleep, you can install drip lines to each pot, set the timer and essentially forget about it. Tools such as foggers are great for irrigating hanging baskets and look cleaner and more organized than throwing in a few random hoses. We can help assist you with any preference you may have.
Parts & Materials List
Hunter ICZ-101-40 Pre-Assembled Drip Zone Kit with 1 in. ICV Valve
Drip Irrigation Single Outlet Emitters
Rain Bird XT700100 1/2 inch Xeri-Tube (100 ft. Roll)
12-038 1/4 in. 0.17 ID x 0.25 OD Polyehtylene Tubing 100 ft.
Rain Bird TS025-W-CAP 1/4 in. Drip Tubing Stake with Cap
Rain Bird XM-Tool Drip Irrigation Tubing Tool
King Innovation 70102 1/2 in. Insulated Safety Staples (100 ct.)
How to Install:
Use a perm lock elbow, attach to a vertical hose on both sides
Attach hose to structure that is being used to hang your pots
Horizontal 1/4" tubing will be long enough to reach all of the hanging baskets then use an end lock tube cap to seal the end off
Use staples to hold all tubes in place, install a dripper to each hanging basket with a ridged riser and an adjustable dripper