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Clay pots called Ollas - an ancient drip irrigation technique - not to be used near shrubs or trees (root rot could occur).

An olla is a handmade terracotta clay pot used as a method of drip irrigation. Ollas virtually eliminate all of the runoff and evaporation common in modern irrigation systems, allowing the plant to absorb nearly 100 percent of the water.

Clay pot irrigation with Dripping Springs OLLAS.  Water your garden by filling the OLLA 2-3 times per week.  Use up to 75% less water!

Ollas are a traditional watering strategy for dry climates. Bury them in the ground, fill with water - no runoff or wasted water!

How to make a miniature pond in a pot - Add some goldfish and you won't have mosquito worries. Use gravel instead of the dirt and the water will be clearer. WANT TO TRY THIS!

Welcome to the diy garden page dear DIY lovers. If your interest in diy garden projects, you’are in the right place. Creating an inviting outdoor space is a good idea and there are many DIY projects everyone can do easily.

Clay Pot Irrigation - Olla Irrigation - GrowOya - Ollas Irrigation

The Oya Irrigation system incorporates a large, unglazed ceramic vessel that is buried and then filled with water that seeps through its porous clay shell.

Olla Natural Drip Irrigation - waters at root 15"H  x 12"W $9.97 ea, includes cap Saves 50% water, 75% when used with mulch

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