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April 14, 2011

Rain Barrel Urn -- Capture and Store Rainwater


It seems every year we have a period of drought that burns the grass and threatens our plants and trees. If we capture and store the fresh water when it rains, then we can recycle it during these dry spells for watering. Plants always seem to thrive better drinking natural rainwater rather than chemical-ridden tap. Plus using rainwater reduces your water bill.

This Rain Barrel Urnicon resembles the terra cotta pottery we love. A self-draining planter on top adds a charming touch.


To increase the total conservation during rainy spells, it can be attached to other rain barrels using linking nodes. Check out the variety of Rain Barrel stylesicon. Save 15% off your purchase of $75 or more with code: LNKPH15.

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