50-Gallon Wood Grain Rain Barrel with Brass Spigot @ bestrainwatercollectionsystems.com
Sterling 156501 Rain Wizard 50, Oak by Sterling. $108.99. Will not rust, mold, or rot. Child and pet safe. Debris and bug screen. Brass spigot. 50-gallon capacity, oak colored. Sterling'S Rain Wizard 50 Is A 50-Gallon Rain Barrel That Will Help You Save Money! The Black Barrel Is Made From Ultraviolet Resistant Polyethylene. It Is Resistant To Rust, Mold, And Rotting And Features A Brass Spigot For Easy Hose Hookup. There'S Even A Debris And Bug Screen To Keep Your Water Clean! ...
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Rain Barrels provide a useful way to save water and money. They can also add beauty to your yard. Professional artists can decorate your rain barrels any way you like. Or simply leave the barrel…
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In keeping with my commitment from Week it is now almost spring, which means it’s time to start collecting rainwater! Of course, I needed to construct the rain barrel first .
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Before we start I'd like to thank The Rain Barrel Depot for sending me two of these kits! Gene has been so helpful and has answered every question I had and even tried to help me find some free barrels! Don't miss the giveaway at the bottom of this post!
Want to go green and save water for your gardening needs? Try using a rain barrel. In Arizona we do this, as Monsoons provide water, but painting it, what a clever idea!