Clay pot irrigation has been used for generations as an efficient way to water your garden and household plants. Great for conserving water, saving time and reducing your costly water bill. If you live in an area where water usage is limited, then this is the perfect solution for managing and saving your precious water.
How to Use:
Bury under the soil. Keep some of the neck exposed, so soil and mulch do not get in it (about 2-3 inches above ground works best). Fill with water.
You can use the OLLA with any plant, but keep in mind, plants with woody roots (trees and shrubs) may cause the OLLA to crack. (It will still work though.)
If you live in a climate where the ground freezes, remove your OLLA for the season (if kept outdoors).
Seeds and young plants will need to be watered the traditional way (topical) until their roots developed enough to get water from the OLLA.