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Haws Watering Cans

The Haws name has been around since 1886 and is a long trusted brand offering the finest quality garden accessories which are manufactured just down the road from our nursery in Smethwick; Birmingham. This range feature’s countless times within gardeners programs and are a hot favourite with many celebrity gardeners and we can see why! The original design has come through 150 years of manufacturing and to this day has not been altered in any major way. Read all about the history of Haws Watering Cans here

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Haws  Bearwood Brook Watering Can | 1 Gallon (5 Litre) Green Steel

Haws Bearwood Brook Watering Can | 1 Gallon (5 Litre) Green Steel£49.99

A beautiful example of galvanised steel, this watering can is handcrafted with fine detail, making these specially sealed and for added corrosion protection are powder coated.

Haws  Bearwood Brook Watering Can | 2 Gallon (9 Litre) Green Steel

Haws Bearwood Brook Watering Can | 2 Gallon (9 Litre) Green Steel£54.99

This Haws two gallon watering can is handcrafted with fine detail, made with galvanised steel, specially sealed and for added corrosion protection are powder coated.

Haws  Cradley Cascader Watering Can | 1.5 Gallon (7 Litre) Green Plastic

Haws Cradley Cascader Watering Can | 1.5 Gallon (7 Litre) Green Plastic£23.99

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The Cradley Cascader has a long reach, making these the perfect can for watering seeds, garden planters and flowerbeds.

Haws  Warley Fall Watering Can | 1 Gallon (5 Litre) Green Steel

Haws Warley Fall Watering Can | 1 Gallon (5 Litre) Green Steel£54.99

The Warley Fall is a long reach galvanised steel watering can, allowing you to reach deep into flowerbeds. 

Haws Bartley Burbler Watering Can | 2 Pint (1.2 litres)  Sage Plastic

Haws Bartley Burbler Watering Can | 2 Pint (1.2 litres) Sage Plastic£7.99

This watering can maybe small, but it is perfectly formed and is a great way of watering your delicate little plug plants during the early stages of their growth.

Haws Bartley Burbler Watering Can | 2 Pint (1.2 litres) Duck Egg Blue Plastic

Haws Bartley Burbler Watering Can | 2 Pint (1.2 litres) Duck Egg Blue Plastic£7.99

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Haws Bartley Burbler is a great way of watering your delicate little plug plants during the early stages of their growth.

Haws Brass Face Watering Can Rose | F14/10 Coarse Spray

Haws Brass Face Watering Can Rose | F14/10 Coarse Spray£4.99

This Haws brass faced rose is especially useful for general watering of established plants and foliage because of its large holes. 

Haws Fazeley Flow Watering Can | 1 Pint (600 ml)  Cooper

Haws Fazeley Flow Watering Can | 1 Pint (600 ml) Cooper£39.99

These perfect small watering cans are especially made for use in your home. 

Haws Fazeley Flow Watering Can | 2 Pint (1.2 litres)  Cooper

Haws Fazeley Flow Watering Can | 2 Pint (1.2 litres) Cooper£49.99

Haws Fazeley Flow has been specially made for use in your home.

Haws Flexispray Watering Can Rose | F10/10 Fine Spray

Haws Flexispray Watering Can Rose | F10/10 Fine Spray£4.99

This Haws brass faced rose is a dual purpose rose that has a flexible spout to fit most watering cans, which is great if you want to continue to use your existing watering can.

Haws Hosespray Watering Can Rose  | F12/10 Medium Spray

Haws Hosespray Watering Can Rose | F12/10 Medium Spray£4.99

This Haws brass faced rose has a stong and sturdy hose fitting, which allows you Snap a rose to your hose!

Haws Jumbo Watering Can Rose | F16/10 Medium Spray

Haws Jumbo Watering Can Rose | F16/10 Medium Spray£4.99

This Haws brass faced rose is a general purpose large round rose for many watering jobs around the garden.

Haws Large Oval Plastic Watering Can Rose | F6/10 Medium Spray

Haws Large Oval Plastic Watering Can Rose | F6/10 Medium Spray£4.99

This Haws rose has a brass Face and is for dual purpose for many gentle watering jobs around the garden.

Haws Large Round Plastic Watering Can Rose | F3/10 Medium Spray

Haws Large Round Plastic Watering Can Rose | F3/10 Medium Spray£4.99

This Haws rose has a brass Face which is used for many gentle watering jobs around the garden.

Haws Round All Brass Watering Can Rose | NO4 Coarse Spray 60mm diameter

Haws Round All Brass Watering Can Rose | NO4 Coarse Spray 60mm diameter£12.99

The Haws small round coarse spray rose made from brass is for general purpose watering, with its cone shaped rose giving heavier spray for use when plants are established.

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