Terracotta watering spike accepts standard wine bottles and slowly releases water to plant roots. Easy to use. Great for indoor and outdoor use, vacation care. Set of 4 measuring approximately 6 3/4" x 2"
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Apr 12, 2014 | By Ansilla Barrandeguy
Great item. Good use of old wine bottles!
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May 12, 2014 | By Joni R. Brode
One of the plant nannies broke during transit. This was not a big deal because I only needed 6 and had 2 extra. Just thought I would let you know. *** A replacement is on the way to you! ***
Wonderful for veggies too
Jun 12, 2014 | By Lori Kingsley
I only bought four , and used them to help get the tomatoes and peppers established here in GA. I'm back to buy more. Growing up, my grandmother taught me to take the ends off of an old coffee can (back when they were tin or aluminum), bury it near your tomato plants, put rocks in the can 3/4 way up. Then use that to water to the roots. This is easier, and so far so good.
Love the Plant Nannies!
Aug 11, 2014 | By Brenda Hickernell
We have lots of bigger pots in our yard because of our 5 dogs and some of the more tropical plants seem to want a steady supply of water during the hottest parts of summer. These clever little nannies are just the trick to provide that and we have a lovely time providing the bottles, too :)
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Mar 8, 2015 | By betty depaola
I filled the wine bottle with water put it into the Nanny and pressed it into the ground and the nanny broke into about 8 pieces. the next one i put the nanny into the ground and then put the wine bottle in and it worked fine. maybe directions would be useful with this item.
Mar 16, 2015 | By Mary Anna Freeman
Since I don't drink I've had to search the road sides for wine bottles. I prefer the ones you sold several years ago that included the water globes. ****** We've never sold the ones that include water globes but have already been looking into this product. ******
Jun 18, 2015 | By Susan
great for vacation watering. Seems to work well
I love them!
Jul 22, 2015 | By Laurel
Left for a week with 90-100 degrees temperature. The stacks worked INCREDIBILY well. Also can use 1.5 liter wine bottles.