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GardenaSolar-Powered Irrigation AquaBloom Set


Retail: R2,000

Plant care for when you’re not there. With GARDENA AquaBloom your balcony and tub plants are in good hands - all season long. AquaBloom waters and takes care of your plants even in times when you're notaround.

The helpful system requires neither a water tap nor a power supply in your garden or terrace. With just an additional water bucket you’ll be ready to go. The AquaBloom set is a complete ready-to-use irrigation system consisting of a 3-in-1-main unit. It combines a pump to draw water, a control unit to define the irrigation schedule and a solar panel that feeds the included rechargeable batteries.

The 14 pre-defined watering programs let you still be in control of the watering of up to 20 plants with the help of pressure-compensation drippers. Each dripper can cater up to 300 ml. Don’t forget to make use of the very convenient and flexible placement of the AquaBloom. Choose a sunny place for the control unit: hang it on a flowerpot, place it on a table or fix it on a wall. The installation of AquaBloom is simple and tool-free!

Get rid of time-consuming irrigation tasks and enjoy your balcony and terrace with beautiful and well-cared plants and flowers all season long – no matter how long you are on holiday or on business trips.

Product Features
  • Solar-powered irrigation set for watering up to 20 plants
  • Ready to use - ideal for balconies and terraces
  • 14 pre-defined settings
  • Integrated electronic pump draws water in and distributes to the plants
  • Includes Manual watering function
  • 5 years warranty
Product Specifications
  • Use: For up to 20 plants
  • Energy supply: Solar panel which powers 3 rechargeable batteries
  • Packaged dimensions: 39.5 x 28 x 27cm
  • Weight: 9.47kg
  • Includes:
    • Integrated pump
    • Solar panel
    • 20 pressure-equalizing Inline drip heads
    • 15 Pipe pegs
    • 3 rechargeable AA batteries
    • 8 plugs, 8 T-pieces
    • Filter and 20 metre tube
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