How to Set Up Drip Watering for Container Gardens
Make container gardening easy with these simple steps
provides adequate water for pots up to 10 inches wide. An elbow fitting takes the tubing over the pot edge at a 90° angle; a U stake keeps the tubing and emitter in place.
This configuration will water medium-size pots up to 15 inches wide. A notched stake holds the tubing in position.
(with factory-installed emitters), held down by U stakes, will keep the soil moist in a large container such as this 20-inch-wide pot.
(sometimes called a bubbler) can be used to thoroughly water the soil in a large container. It can be adjusted to change the spray.
hides along the base of a wooden planter, then follows a crack to the top of the container. (For brick or concrete walls, drill holes with a masonry bit and use masonry nails.)
For more information, go to Drip watering for containers.