Ancient watering technique delivers water directly to the roots.
Olla (Oy-ya) is a clay pot or jar, an ancient watering technology that conserves and delivers water directly to the roots.
The use of buried earthen jars for watering plants has been used for thousands of years. The hand-thrown unglazed pot is buried neck deep into the soil, fill the pot with water and it slowly seeps into the soil to be absorbed by surrounding plants (not for use around wood plants such as shrubs and trees). Designed from nature, handmade in the USA.
NEW SIZES! 1.5 quart, 1.25 quart for smaller containers and house plants!
:: SIZES :: 1.5 gallon, 1 gallon, 1/2 gallon, 1.5 quart, 1.25 quart
1 1/4 quart - 11" high, 4" wide
1 1/2 quart - 9" high, 5" wide
1/2 gallon - 8" high, 5" wide
1 gallon - 10" high, 7" wide
1 1/2 gallon - 12" high, 8.5" wide
NOTE: A new shipment is scheduled to arrive around August 25. Already, two sizes (1 gallon and 1.5 gallons) have sold out with pre-orders.The demand is extremely strong for this drought-friendly product.