Need an indoor watering can? You'll find a variety here to suit your house plants -- and your style. Choose from plastic, copper or stainless steel. You have many decorative watering cans to pick from. Like Danish Modern? Whimsical? Vintage charm? You're sure to find just what you're looking for here.
This blue plastic watering can (shown at left) holds a mere 1.4 liters (that's about 6 cups). What I like best about it is the long, narrow spout that pours directly where I want water, without any spills.
Clear enough to see the water line, this modern-style indoor watering can is made of light-weight plastic and available in a rainbow of colors. And you'll love this -- the round handle gives you easy control.
Want something even smaller? Sleek and slim, the watering can at right is easy to keep close at hand.
The hammered-copper watering can (shown at left) makes all your indoor watering chores, well...less of a chore. You'll actually enjoy reaching for it when it's time to water.
Made of quality stainless-steel, the shiny watering can (shown at right) adds contemporary style to plant care.
Crisp and sleek -- and ideal for giving your smallest house plants a drink.
Just about the finest quality you'll find anywhere -- this Haws copper watering can (at right) is one you'll treasure for many years.
Made in the Old-World tradition with fine craftsmanship you can appreciate. The copper ages to a rich, warm patina, giving this classic indoor watering can more charm the longer you use it. It's sure to become a family heirloom.
You'll also like the detachable rose that provides a gentle spray of water.
Don't settle for ho-hum. This classy watering can (at left) is one you'll love using...and you won't want to hide it away when you're done. Find a place to display this elegant beauty in your home.
Perfect for your indoor plants, it holds just 1 liter (that's about 4 cups). You'll also appreciate the long spout that reaches directly where you want to water.
The antique finish adds a warm, well-used appeal to this solid-brass watering can.
Dashing in green, this small plastic can (at left) adds a splash of color to your watering chores.
Don't like green? It's available in several colors (and sizes).
Give your garden a touch of whimsy with the ladybug watering can (at right).
Crafted of steel, this ladybug is practically a work of art. Painted in red, black and white, with shiny glass marble eyes and curly metal eyelashes to give it personality.
Go ahead and use it -- it's fully waterproof and functional for indoor and outdoor use.
Rust-proof galvanized steel makes this 2-pint, Haws watering can (at right) practical. Two handles makes it balanced and easy to grip. Plus, the powder-coated finish protects it and makes it shine.
This is truly a good value for such a high-quality watering can that you'll actually enjoy using. (Just don't overwater your plants!)
Don't water on a schedule. Watering every Monday may be convenient for you, but it could dry out -- or drown -- some of your plants.
Instead, check the soil of your potted plants. And, don't assume they have the same needs for moisture. Each plant, type of soil, and pot that it's growing in varies, and so does the amount of water needed.
The only sure-fire way to maintain the right amount of water is to get to know your plant's specific needs.