How to water your garden in the drought
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How to water your garden in the drought

When water is short sprinklers are wasteful – and illegal, too, in some areas. These easy-to-use devices make what water there is go further in the garden. Helen Yemm’s favourite, the NuCan, is the world’s only push-button watering can. This blindingly simple idea gives you complete control – water flows at the speed you want,…

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Thorny problems: how can I help my elderly mother garden?

Thorny problems: how can I help my elderly mother garden? Q: I live in London and am not a gardener, but I have an increasingly incapacitated mother in the country for whom growing things has always been a passion. She moved to a smaller paved garden years ago, but seems unable to stop herself growing…

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‘Water Works, a Splash in the Solent?’

‘NuCan, a very efficient watering can invented on the Isle of Wight, delivers water at the push of a button without wasting a drop.’ Source: Water-works-splash-in-solent-footprint-trust -download as a PDF Related links: Water-works-splash-in-solent-footprint-trust -download as a PDF Footprint Trust

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‘Invention Brings Wisdom to Watering’

‘NEWPORT-based inventor Paul Bone has created a highly accurate indoor watering can, which has won the praise of film star and gardener Sir Norman Wisdom. Mr Bone, of Lizant Innovations, is already well known as the creator of the popular NuCan outdoor watering can. But his new Pinpoint indoor watering can is the first with…