Tree Watering Bags & Rings

When it comes to newly planted young trees, water is the key to successful growth. Too much water, or too little, and you have a problem. At Gardener's Edge, our tree watering bags and rings take the stress out of the equation, so you can always be sure your trees are getting the right amount of moisture.

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  1. Image 1 showing ART20 being filled.
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    ArborRain Tower Tree and Plant Hydrator, 20 Gallons by A.M. Leonard
    $23.39
  2. Image 1 of the Tree Diaper 24" Round
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    TreeDiaper®, 24", Round
    $33.72
  3. Image 1 of the Soaker Hose Drip Irrigation Tree Ring
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    Soaker Hose Drip Irrigation Tree Ring
    $15.87
  4. Image 1 of the DeWitt Tree Staking Kit Includes Stakes, Strap, Rope
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    DeWitt Tree Staking Kit Includes Stakes, Strap, Rope
    $12.17
  5. Image 1 of the Tomato Crater™, 3-pack
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    Tomato Crater, 3-pack
    $23.27
  6. Image 5 of the Leonard ArborRain™ Hydration System, 20 Gallon
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    ArborRain Hydration System by A.M. Leonard, 20 Gallon, 5-8 Hour Hydration Period
    $25.33
  7. Image 6 of the Leonard ArborRain Hydration System 32 Gallon
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    Leonard ArborRain Hydration System, 32 Gallon
    $33.11
  8. Image 1 of the Leonard Mini ArborRain Hydration System
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    Leonard ArborRain Mini 2 5 Gallon Watering System
    $9.97
  9. Fabric Plant Pot and Plant Hydrator Combo, 20 Gallons, Brown, Boxer Line by Root Pouch with ArborRain Mini by A.M. Leonard
    Root Pouch 20 Gallon Brown Grow Bag with ArborRain Mini
    $20.88
  10. Image 2 of the RPT20GA
    Root Pouch 20 Gallon Green Grow Bag with ArborRain Mini
    $20.88
  11. Image 1 of the RPT20NA
    Root Pouch 20 Gallon Navy Grow Bag with ArborRain Mini
    $21.15
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What's the benefit of a tree watering bag or ring?

With a tree watering bag or ring, there's no need to worry about whether your tree's getting enough moisture - simply fill the bag up about twice a week and let it do the work for you. Beyond that, it's a great way to make sure none of your water goes to waste, as it would with a sprinkler or a hose.

What sort of trees can I use a bag on?

Most of our bags fit young trees with a diameter of up to 4-6 inches, but you can always double up on bags for more mature trees.

No matter where you live, being able to establish a consistent watering cycle is essential to maintaining a healthy garden. For more tools to keep your garden well-watered, check out our lawn and garden sprinklers, watering cans, soaker hoses, and the rest of our garden watering and irrigation products.