Watering Can This handsome watering can was specially designed for seedlings: The fine holes in its removable nose produce a gentle stream that won't wash away seeds or drown fragile young plants, read more...
Martha's Vegetable Garden Tips
Measure Watering Time. Gauging how quickly a sprinkler delivers the right amount is easy if you follow Martha's example. Set an empty, regular-size coffee can about 10 feet away from the sprinkler (or closer, if 10 feet is outside the watering zone). Turn on the tap, and monitor the time needed for the sprinkler to deposit enough water to reach 1 1/2 inches on a ruler dipped into the can (the equivalent of what your plants need). Next time, you'll know just how long to run the sprinkler.
10 Best Plants to Purify and Lower Stress
My home needs these plant to lower stress and purify, I think I'll put a plant in each room. This blog is a great resource for gardening.
Rain Gauge. A rain gauge shows how much natural precipitation has fallen, so you can tell at a glance if you're in for a day of watering or relaxation. Place the rain gauge in an open area with no trees or structures overhead. These keep raindrops from entering the gauge, and any water dripping from them after a storm can further skew the reading. Be sure to empty the gauge after each rainfall