Low Profile Irrigation Rings for Trees, Shrubs, Flower Gardens, and Vegetable Beds.
*TRICKLE RINGS ARE OUT OF STOCK! I DON'T KNOW WHEN I WILL RESUME MANUFACTURING. THANK YOU TO ALL MY LOYAL CUSTOMERS!*.
The Original Trickle Ring Video, 2005
The Most Versatile Landscape Irrigation Product on Earth!
HAND MADE IN THE U.S.A.
Water ONE or DOZENS of Trees at Once!
Give That Beautiful New $pecimen Tree a Healthy Start!
Put Water Right Where it is Needed Most- The Root Zone!
Avoid Large Unsightly Water Bags and Inefficient Soaker Hoses!
Protect Your Investment- Water Smart for the First Two Growing Seasons!
Put Together a Simple Network Using Garden Hoses and Adjustable-Flow "Y" Connectors!
Integrate into an Irrigation Network: Water Flower Beds, Raised Vegetable Beds, Trees, and Shrubs at the Same Time!
How to Water your Trees, Shrubs, or Plants; Large or Small:
Healthy Root Systems Require a Balance of Both Oxygen and Water.
Setting the water height to 4 inches from a Trickle Ring with the holes UP will disperse approximately 5 gallons in 20 minutes!
Avoid Watering Leaves and Foliage- Keep Watering Height Low or Position Trickle Ring with Holes Down.
Water in the Morning to Give Leaves a Chance to Dry Before Nightfall to Reduce Opportunities for Fungus and Disease.
How Much and How Often? Depends on Many Factors. Five Gallons 2 Times a Week for Trunks up to 2 Inches Diameter Unless Weather is Abnormally Wet or Dry. Sandy Soil Drains Quickly so Water More Frequently; Clay Soils Drain Slower so Water Less Frequently.
*Water delivery holes face away from the trunk at 45 degree angles.
*Simply Increase the water pressure to increase the irrigation radius. *Effectively water small or medium sized trees!