Saving trees just got easier with Treegator®. Treegator® is designed to properly water a newly planted tree or shrub by slowly and evenly providing deep water saturation directly to the root zone, with no run-off or evaporation. It is made in the USA which helps keep jobs right here. No guesswork or measuring. Just fill the bag once a week… that’s it.
Since you fill the bag with your garden hose you can put the water right where it needs to go while still complying with the City of Houston’s water restrictions currently in effect.
Where can you find this amazing product in Houston? At Buchanan’s Native Plants of course. I was just here this morning and saw them on display. Want to learn more about Treegator®, you can visit their website.
Jeavonna Chapman says
We use treegators in my park and neighborhood. They are great as long as you have a crew dedicated to checking on them periodically.
Tom Condon says
We use something similar here in San Francisco, a large plastic container for a plant–the ones with several holes around the base for drainage–with a plastic bag inserted. Fill it up with water, and poke a pin hole next to the tree. It will water the tree for several hours until it is empty. I assume that is what the bag is doing. It doesn’t have timed daily releases I assume, but rather, holes in the base? You could drill a small hole in a 5 gal. bucket, unless you get mental satiety in purchasing dubious valued stuff for next years garage sale.