Drip Irrigation for the Garden
|Rain Bird Expansion Kit|
I installed a Rain Bird system. It runs from the house and down the hill winding around in two rose gardens and a perennial bed. The total system ran me about $175.00 to install and I still have extra lines and parts to install into other planting areas in the future. I purchased my system online with 250 feet of 1/2 inch tubing and two expansion kits. The expansion kits included 250 feet of 1/4 tubing, faucet adapters, tees, assorted sizes in emitters, tubing stakes, bug guards and a installation tool.
|The containers comes with lots of parts for installation and repair and all organized in a nice bucket.|
|Rain Bird 1/4 tubing stakes with bug guards.|
|The main line is attached to my faucet. I could add a timer in the future.|
I really like the system and it waters a very large part of my garden. The nice part about it is that I do not waste water on parts of the ground where I do not have plants growing. The water goes where it is needed and I can save money that way.