Beautiful galvanised indoor watering can with a slash cut on the spout, making for direct, drip free watering of indoor plants. Handcrafted from powder coated steel in a 100 year old classic shape, a versatile can for watering small plants, pots, trays and seedlings. You know how much we love our plants here, so we decided to find the best UK watering made cans.
- Made in England since 1886
- Available in Copper, Green and Galvanised
- Copper and Graphite larger sizes available
- Light and easy to carry, ideal for indoor use
- Perfect for house, windowsill and greenhouse plants
- Height 10cm x Length 30cm (0.5 litre capacity)
- Your can will arrive in a gift box
130 years of plant watering happiness. Haws was founded as J.Haws in the year 1886 in Clapton, North East London. John Haws first worked out his improved design and method of manufacture from a French made waterpot (or can as they are now called) and designed a can with perfect watering lines.
Whether full, half full or empty the can could be used without undue strain to the operator. An award winner and celebrated brand and desing over the years - and to this day, the original design has not been altered in any major way.
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