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My Savvy Review Of The Daisy Rain Garden Systems Self Watering Sprinkler Pot Kit!

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I am so excited that Spring is finally here and that the weather is warming up as there is nothing that I love more than working outdoors in my yard and of course in my veggie and herb gardens. I have always had a love for gardening since being introduced to it as a young kid which is why I jumped at the chance to give the Daisy Rain Garden Systems Self Watering Sprinkler Pot Kit a try as I knew that it would be an amazing additional to my gardening arsenal and from what I have seen from others using them… the results are phenomenal! Let’s take a quick look at this video which explains how the Daisy Rain Garden System works……

Daisy Rain Sprinkler Pots are the only flower pots with an integrated sprinkler built into each pot. You literally connect your hose and your garden grows. Each Daisy Rain Garden System contains everything you need to quickly install 3 Sprinkler Pots in your yard, on your patio or anywhere! You can use them to grow flowers, vegetables and herbs on any deck, patio, driveway or business. There os no reservoir and assembly is super easy…. seriously…. if I can do it anyone can!

The Daisy Rain Three Pot Kit includes everything to get you started minus the soil and plants. You receive 3 Seven Gallon Daisy Rain Sprinkler Pots in the kit and you can purchase additional sets to connect them all…. up to 25 Daisy Ran Sprinkler Pots in total can be connected which I love! You also receive the Micro-Drip™ Conversion Kit with 25 PSI pressure regulator and 25 feet of hose to connect however you would like. It comes with 3 adjustable sprinkler heads, 3 risers, 6 figure-8 hose ends, 2 tee fittings, 3 coupler fittings, 4 elbow fittings, and a handy punch tool to convert the built in sprinkler into subsoil soakers which is pretty cool. 

Now I have decided to use my Daily Rain Garden System in a raised garden bed that I use to grow veggies and herbs and I dug the pots down about an inch so that the hose is under gound. I m hoping this will be beneficial as the summers get hot and this way I can set a timer to make sure my tomatoes and broccoli plants that I planted in my Daisy Rain Sprinkler Pots, are watered as much as needed to ensure a strong yield on delicious tomatoes and broccoli. I cannot wait to get some new pics once my garden gets to growing but below you can see how it looks. I am loving it and the sprinklers work beautifully.

The pots look pretty cool right? I cannot wait to see what they look like in a month and will be back to update. Each of the pots has a sprinkler located in the center and they water the plants perfectly.

This pot has a Beef Steak Tomato plant in it and you can see the sprinkler head next to it. I have added an inexpensive timer to my hose so that it will water automatically which is cool and Daisy Rain also sells a 3 Pot Kit with a timer which is super handy. 

You can see the sprinkler head perfectly in this shot. Seriously…. I cannot wait to come back and update my photos for you so that you can see how beautifully everything is growing In the meantime…. below are some pics of how others have used the Daisy Rain Garden System…….

You can see here how the hose connects to the first post and then the others are all watered via this connection. Pretty cool right?

Here you can see the alternate ways that you can use the Daisy Rain Garden System. They have the hose connected over the edge of the decking for a super clean look. Love this!

Here you see the Daisy Rain Garden System being used for gorgeous pots of flowers……

And here they are growing huge tomatoes plants! Love this and this is ultimately the look I am going for and soon…. I will update to show you haw well my tomatoes and broccoli plants are doing in the Daisy Rain Garden System.

So what do you think of the Daisy Rain Garden System? Is it not simply amazing!?! Are you a lover of the outdoors and love taking care of your yard and grow mazing gardens full of flowers, veggies and herbs? Well if you answered yes to any of these questions…. you have to check out the Daisy Rain Garden System as it is amazing and will assist you in growing your best gardens yet…so check them out online and on social media today!


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  • Tamra Phelps

    This does look pretty nice. It would be great for someone like me, who definitely does not have a green thumb.

  • Janice Wright

    Every spring I get all excited about having a garden. In the past, I have grown tomatoes and peppers on my patio in buckets with various results. Sometimes they do okay, other times not so much. I think part of the results were watering. This system would help tremendously.

    • mcushing7

      Janice that is my problem too. We get so busy and this will ensure they are being watered properly which is why I think nk I have had some hit or miss gardens of my own 🙂

  • Edna Williams

    I need this! The 3-pot kit looks like a great way to start beautifying my deck and back yard! Thanks for sharing!

  • Norafiqin

    Our mini gardening area is exactly that – mini. We only have the three plants and it’s way too small for automatic sprinklers. but this is definitely something I want when we move to a bigger house!

  • Lisa

    These pots are so smart! Honestly, I love plants and flowers, but I tend to forget to water them. These pots would answer my prayers!

  • Amber Kolb

    I love gardening too! I wasn’t able to have one last year and I really missed it. I’m so ready to have a flower and veggie garden this year. This set up looks really easy and I love all the photos after the plants have grown. Definitely something I’m interested!

  • Kristine Nicole Alessandra

    That is fantastic! The plants would have ample water and I don’t have to worry about them not getting enough or getting too much. I have to get this for my flowering plants!

  • Maia

    This system is a game changer for people who struggle with container gardening. And it’s aesthetically pleasing. If only I had a system like this years ago I wouldn’t have given up on it lol. We now use hydroponics to grow the majority of our food. Can’t wait to see your updated pics!

    • mcushing7

      Thank you and will update once it gets warmer and my stuff gets to growing LOL 🙂 Cannot wait as nothing better than. home grown veggies and herbs!

  • Melanie williams

    This looks like such a perfect way to have garden loveliness and at a low maintenance too. Great idea

  • Natalie

    This makes gardening super simple! I tend to either over or underwater plants and this would help me grow healthy plants without even thinking about it!

  • Chris L

    This looks really nice. My potted plants are always drying out. This would save a few plant lives at my house and it looks good too.

  • Ashley Chassereau Parks

    These look awesome!! I love gardening and this would help so much! I think I would put tomatoes in mine! This system seems really easy to use.

  • Linda Linneman

    This is such a neat idea. I love flowers. I am going to check this out. I think I would love this. Thank you for sharing

  • G

    These would be so nice to have for some of our plants, last year it was so dry we lost multiple plants despite watering atleast twice day every day….Also, now that my husband is retired, gardening has become his thing, and something we enjoy together, we’d both enjoy this. Thank you for the giveaway.p

  • Beautiful Touches

    This would be so perfect for us. We are temporarily in a rental home. We cannot have a garden or plant anything other than in post on our little lanai. I’ve missed having flowers and veggies to look after.

  • Brianna Beers

    I would love to incorporate this into my children’s homeschooling lessons as a part of Science class. This is a great chance to teach them. Thank you for this chance! Awesome review btw!

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