watering can

Max Withers maxwithers@gmail.com
Thu, 07 Nov 2013 20:32:04 PST
I do enjoy my Haws quite a bit, but it was a gift. Not sure I would have
bought it for myself.

The "traditional can" that I have has a nice brass rose that is maybe not
optimally fine for the most delicate seedlings. I would look at the smaller
models if that is your main concern.

Best,
Max in Austin


On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 7:56 PM, Shirley Meneice <meneice@att.net> wrote:

> Depending on how old you are.  If you are under 60, they are worth it.  I
> have one over 30 years old and still going strong.  I have another about 40
> that is dented by being hit by a car and still not leaking except that its
> spout now dribbles a bit when it is being used.  But for us older folks,
> the
> OXO sounds great, especially for seedlings and it is the only one I have
> heard of with a fine, soft spray.
>
>         Shirley Meneice, Pebble Beach coastal area
>
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> My watering cans are numerous, cheap and lousy.  (I use a can, not a hose
> nozzle, because I draw water from a pond).  Can anyone recommend one they
> like for seedlings, something with a nice fine spray nozzle?  Is it worth
> spending the money for a Haws can?
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