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  • C24

    Automatic watering directly from your water butt

  • C24

    SOL-C24 - waters up to 24 Irrigation Units (IU's)

  • Hanging baskets

    Hanging basket watering with drippers - waters up to 5m high

  • C12

    SOL-C12 - waters up to 12 Irrigation Units (IU's)

  • C12

    Raised bed watering using seephose

  • C12

    Perfect for vertical gardens and living walls

 
 
 

Weather responsive SMART irrigation    
Waters every 3 hours     more sun = more water

No need for electricity or a tap - ideal for greenhouse watering, garden irrigation, vertical gardens & green walls, hanging baskets, raised beds, allotments & holiday watering.

Just drop the inlet filter into the water butt, position the control unit somewhere sunny, switch on and leave. 

It waters every 3 hours - now the clever bit - it automatically waters for longer when sunny - plants love it!

 
Irrigatia - pumps water directly from your water butt or rain barrel
Use with water barrels or taps

Just drop the inlet filter in to the water butt - it pumps water directly from the barrel up to 5m in height - no more lugging around heavy watering cans.
No access to a water barrel? Water directly from a tap using the Irrigatia reservoir.

Irrigatia - drip irrigation systems
Accurate drip watering

Drip irrigation is an eco friendly way of watering your plants by applying water directly to the roots - the irrigatia systems water every 3 hours and for longer when sunny - just what your plants need to thrive.

irrigatia Micro-porous soaker hose
Perfect for seephose or micro porous hose

For watering raised beds or flower or vegetable beds - |rrigatia offers extension kits to water your plants with leaky hose or for longer runs use the micro porous hose.

Irrigatia weather responsive SMART irrigation controllers uniquely use solar power to detect the weather and alter watering according to the conditions and the season, providing plants with the precise irrigation they need to help them thrive.

Easy to install and set up, they will water automatically with minimal supervision. Ideal for small to medium gardens or allotments, and can be used for pots, raised beds, hanging baskets, vegetables and greenhouses

Irrigatia use 90% less water

Which Magazine says:


“We think its a good idea... the instructions are clear... it took about 30 minutes to setup... this system operates itself with no need for constant fiddling & adjustment.”

Customer quotes

“A clever idea which really works”

“Brilliant time saver and plants are growing better”

“I have a really busy life being away from home a lot and used to come home to wilting plants which took ages to recover - now I come home to a healthy jungle which looks amazing”

“I found that using rainwater from my water butt was the best irrigation water for my garden”

“Excellent idea - not only safe, but efficient, resource conscious and leaves you to get on with more important things while the plants get on with growing. Superb!!”

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Irrigatia Recent Blogs:

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    by Norwoods Gardener | Jun 26, 2020
    Did you know, simply being out in your garden is also a great way to promote positive mental health? We’ve put together a guide on how your garden can help to boost mental wellbeing, giving you the perfect excuse to make the most of your outdoor space.
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  • Top watering tips from Irrigatia

    by Norwoods Gardener | Jun 16, 2020
    From May to September it’s likely your garden or allotment will be needing a little more TLC in the watering department. So, whilst we’re in the midst of the hottest and (typically) driest months of the year, the team at Irrigatia is here to help with eco-friendly watering ideas.
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  • Wildlife-friendly gardening tips!

    by Norwoods Gardener | Jun 05, 2020
    If, like the team here at Irrigatia, you love to see your local wildlife paying your garden a visit then making sure your garden is as wildlife-friendly as possible is key. But could you do more to attract even more nature to your outdoor space? We’ve put together our seven top easy-to-follow tips to help you encourage more wildlife into your garden.
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