Irrigation options

Our irrigation systems apply the water in a number of ways;

1. Micro sprayers – Directs water spray under the foliage of the plants and onto the root balls
2. Drippers on stakes – Slowly release droplets of water, stakes can be positioned as base of plant preventing run off.


3. Micro Dripline – Smaller gauge dripline for more discrete installations where soil depth is low.

4. MP Rotator Sprayer – Multi-trajectory sprayer which throws efficient streams of water reducing over spray and run off.

Benefits of irrigation

An important benefit of having an automatic system in place, is the reassurance of knowing your garden will remain in a good state if you decide to have a vacation, or for any reason needed to go away for an extended period of time.

Discreet installation

The irrigation systems are installed very discreetly with minimum visual impact to your garden. Systems can be installed in tandem with a planting or landscape construction project. This tends to be a more cost effective method, as the pipework is installed at the same time. A system can also be installed retrospectively in a garden where the planting scheme already exists.

Rainwater Harvesting and Boreholes.

Collecting and using rainwater water will reduce the consumption of mains water. We get involved in a number of rain water harvesting projects that vary in size. Boreholes are also an effective method of using less mains water. By installing pumps water is extracted from the ground and used in a number of ways, one of which is garden irrigation. To discuss these two options in more detail please contact us at Barnwell Gardens.

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