Watering Balls "I saw a few of these gorgeous hand-blown glass Watering Balls at a friend's house and thought they were purely decorative. However, they are very functional - you fill them with water and the ball lets it out slowly over 4-5 days! Balls water plants for 4-5 days $10.50-$13.50, depending on size"
Runnels — the technical term for narrow channels used to move water from one place to another — were once used for irrigation purposes and as rudimentary drainage systems, but they make intriguing landscape elements on their own. Click on pin for Pinterest tips for the housing industry.
<p>Olive trees grow all over the San Fernando Valley. Native to the Mediterranean, missionaries planted them here in the 1800s. By now, they’ve virtually gone native, and some have gone wild. I’ve harvested and cured black Mission Olives growing in a dusty field, without the aid of irrigated watering. Olives …</p>