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Water Butts

Water Butts

Capture rainwater for eco-friendly irrigation with a brand-new water butt. Available in standard plastic, space-saving shapes and even classical amphoras and planter barrels. 

Take advantage of the wet weather in the UK and collect rainwater with a water butt. These cylinders are a great way to collect and store rainwater with little space and have been made from recycled material. We offer a wide range of sizes to suit small gardens or those that have more space that can be used, holding from 100L of water up to 560L. Available in standard plastic, space-saving shapes and even classical amphoras and planter barrels - if saving water's on your mind, a water butt's a great place to start.

Take a look at more greenhouse accessories and watering and irrigation products to keep your garden and growths well fed and hydrated.

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  • What do you do when you get water in your water butt?

    Catching rainfall is the main purpose of these useful tools and can make use of water sustainably that falls naturally from the sky. Water is caught in the water butt through a drainpipe, which flows into the cylinder. You can then store it until you need to use it to water your outdoor turf and plants. This helps reduce water waste and feeds plants water that doesn’t have any impurities that can come from tap water.
  • How do you keep a water butt from falling over?

    Keep your water butt pushed up against a wall so that it won't fall over. If it is empty and you're worried about it toppling over when it becomes heavier, you can add some water to it to weigh it down. Alternatively, you can secure it against a sturdy structure.
  • How often should you clean your water butt?

    Keep your rainwater clean by cleaning your water butt clean. If it is left for prolonged periods of time, algae, bacteria, and fungal plant diseases can harm your plants. It can also become smelly as it is stagnant and catch debris and dead flies.

    At least once a year, empty the water butt and scrub it thoroughly with warm soapy water. To avoid the stagnant water becoming smelly and dirty, empty it completely occasionally to make room for freshwater. You should also position it somewhere cool away from direct sunlight so that bacteria isn't encouraged to grow in the warmth