Watering

Watering your garden by hand can often be time-consuming, especially if you have a large garden to keep hydrated and you want to allow your grass or plants to thrive. Discover our great range of garden watering products that help to get your garden watered in no time, including watering cans, garden hose pipes & reels, water butts & more from Robert Dyas.

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Hydration is key to allowing your garden to thrive and flourish, allowing you to sit back and enjoy your surroundings in the summer months. At Robert Dyas, we have a range of super handy garden watering tools to help you efficiently water your outdoor space, no matter the size.

If you have a lot of plant pots in your garden or on your balcony, discover our range of watering cans and sprayers. These are perfect for hydrating any individual plants you may have, while our pressure sprayers are great for treating larger plants or garden areas, giving a light mist of water without overwatering your plants.

Discover an eco-friendly way of hydrating your garden & potted plants with our great range of garden water butts, allowing you to collect natural rainfall to save on your water bill. Or, if you prefer sticking to the old-fashioned way of watering your garden, discover our great range of garden hoses & reels, available in a range of lengths to reach your outdoor plants or grass.

 

Garden Watering FAQs

How often should I water my garden in the warmer months?

In the warmer months it is vital to keep up with watering your garden to ensure they are constantly hydrated to allow them to continue to thrive in drier conditions. We recommend watering your garden at least two to three times a week during a hot summer.

Should I water my plants every day?

Most plants do not need watering every day and can do well when being watered at least two to three times a week. However, this can change depending on how hot the weather is. For extremely hot days, your plants could need a top-up of water in the afternoons if their soil is extremely dry. Always read the care instructions for your particular plants, as these will give you clear guidance on a watering schedule.