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September 9, 2010

Tree Gator

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This oddly-named device was reviewed by Margaux D in the latest edition of Kevin Kelly's Cool Tools, edited by Oliver Hulland, as follows.

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We've recently planted trees in the midst of a dry spell and have struggled to keep them watered. We have since discovered the Tree Gator. It is a bladder filled with water that wraps around the tree. As the water slowly leaks out it keeps the tree watered for as long as a week.

We use the 15-gallon Tree Gator Jr. [top] for the smallest of newly planted trees. They also make a 20-gallon version for larger trees. Beats dragging hoses from tree to tree.

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$19.06.

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