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Re: watering questio

It did not work for me. Maybe if it was a larger water holder/gel
section, but then it would really look silly in the hanging pots. Maybe
somewhere that is shady it may work, but not in full sun.


>   In reference to the recent discussion on drip watering, I've been meaning 
> to ask about another product.  This spring when I got my seed order from 
> Park's, they sent me a bonus of something called "DriWater".  Then a month later 
> they sent me another.  It says time-release water for all container gardening.  
> It looks like a gel in a clear plastic tube.  Supposedly you can put it into a 
> container for slow-release of moisture.  We haven't been away this summer so I 
> haven't needed to test it, but I am not sure I would trust it anyway.  
> Apparently you would need a lot of them for the sort of big pots in my container 
> garden anyway.  Does anyone have experience with this product?
> Auralie

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