I bought this olla for my dwarf pear tree's pot. It is a great product and I was surprised with the amount of information you are provided with on how to use it best as well as with everything when I opened up the box. Great service! I'll slowly be buying more over winter in order to have enough by the time I'll redo my veggie beds for Spring.
I used my first two in my existing bed and they were fabulous. So we recently put up another bed so, of course, I had to get two more. I highly recommend this product.
Brilliant idea, veggies grow much bigger and better, a life saver during prolonged hot summer days.
I have placed these ollas in the wine barrels that hold my citrus trees , what a difference they have made as they now take the water they need and look incredibly healthy. Such a fabulous product that I would highly recommend and will definitely be buying more. Deb Tennent
That's so good to hear Debra! Looking good!! Do put a layer of mulch on top of the soil.
I came back for more clay pots. I've been using them in my raised garden bed. We grew so many tomatoes and much more. I'm so happy with these results. I've been wanting to use them since I saw them used in New Mexico 10 years ago. Thank you so much for making them available here. Regards, Joy
Oh my goodness Joy, that's a first for us! Tiger snakes love Waterpot Ollas too! :-)
In view of the drought and hence current water restrictions, I have been looking for alternative watering systems and came across your Olla after reading about it. The system works, especially when you want to selectively provide water to less drought resistant plants in periods of extended low (or zero) rainfall. It is a sympathetic, lovely ancient method, with proven result. Further the pots look beautiful with their narrow tops above the ground. I sincerely hope that your Olla’s find their way in many gardens, big and small. Thank you!
Hi Andrea, thanks so exciting to see your Waterpot in action! Be sure to keep the "shoulders" of the vessel buried under the soil so that its mainly only the neck protruding and apply as thick a layer of mulch as you can over the soil up to the neck. (I use organic sugar cane as it eventually composts down into the soil and you just top it up when necessary).