Hanging baskets are a pain to water. They dry out quickly and are difficult to water without spilling.
One of the easiest ways to water hanging baskets automatically is by running a 1/4" feeder line up to them and hanging a variable mister over the basket. The gentle output won’t erode the soil, yet it waters the basket thoroughly. An adjustment knob on each mister lets you adjust the flow to match the watering time that you have set.
Consumes 0 to 7 gph per basket. You can either attach the 1/4" feeder line to an existing header hose or add the header hose yourself. To add the header hose, you will need a faucet connector, 1/2" header hose, and a compression end connector. The variable misters connect to a 1/4" feeder line that links to the header hose with 1/4" straight connectors.
For a complete system you will need all the parts listed below. If you already have a header that you can tap into, you just need the first three items listed below. A single basket a short distance from the faucet only requires a 1/4" feeder line and a 1/4" faucet connector. If your water pressure exceeds 25 psi, our pressure regulator should be installed in the system.
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