watering can

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watering can

a container with a handle and a spout with a perforated nozzle used to sprinkle water over plants
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When the watering pots were alive they must have been at the surface and able to filter-feed in open water, but they were subsequently buried by deposition of fine silt and sand.
oWhen itAEs a hobby, you donAEt think of it as hard work,o says Darren, who has been a Cardiff in Bloom contender for the last two years and admits he is out watering pot plants or dead-heading flowers most days.
You can pick up a lawnmower, walk-in greenhouse, self watering pot and trellis for less than PS100 for the lot.
A rare 16th Century earthenware thumb watering pot, believed to be the earliest form of watering pot made in Britain, exceeded its estimate to sell for pounds 3,450 and the day's top price of pounds 8,600 went to a George III ebonised bracket clock, dated 1775, by Allam and Clements, London.