|Product Type: Rain Barrel||Color: Brown|
|Material: Plastic||Country of Manufacture: Canada|
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Kristen from Rochester, NY– Verified Buyer
The only problem is that once the barrel gets down below the half way mark there isn't enough pressure for the hose to work.
Patrizia from Corpus christi, TX– Verified Buyer
Looks great, and the bottom drain can be attached to a soaker hose -(not really enough pressure for hand watering)
Shirley Ammirati from Rockledge, FL– Verified Buyer
It's pretty enough to put in the front yard of our home. Everyone asks about it, sees how it works and then wants one too.
Jennifer b from appleton, WI– Verified Buyer
I got this as a father's day gift and then got some paver stone to out under it. It took less than an hour to assemble. Dad has been using it for his gardening, mom appreciates the top flowerbed, you'll want to drill holes. I'd recommend getting a different hose for drainage but in all good buy for price n product. Shipped in two days to my house making it perfect timing.
prettiest rain barrel ever
Valerie Harvey from Warren, RI– Verified Buyer
I first saw this rain barrel at a friends house and immediatly fell in love with it. I needed to divert rain water off of my driveway and was thinking all sorts of ways to move the drain spouts to keep it away from the house. Eureka!!! A rain barrel has done the trick, and I can use the stored water to water all my potted plants on the deck. Easy and quick to install, but I agree that it needs drainage in the top planter. I drilled a hole and placed a small screen to keep debris from getting into the main container. I LOVE IT ! Telling everyone about it.
Already have compliments
Marcia Yury from Laguna Beach, CA– Verified Buyer
I just received my barrels and haven't used them yet because it hasn't rained. However, I've already had comments on how attractive they are. I'm sure they will be very useful when the rainy season comes. They have the same barrels at city hall here, so I'm in good company.
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Jones from Sewickley, PA– Verified Buyer
This barrel truly looks like real terra cotta yet is so light just about anyone can manage it.
Aesthetic, easy to put together
Tournezlapage from Seattle, WA– Verified Buyer
This rain barrel DOES NOT LOOK like a rain barrel but meets all requirements, is aesthetic and easy to set up. We live in Seattle, and believe it or not we have had no rain for the last two weeks. We'll have to wait to see it function.
Attractive rain barrel
Gardener from Thousand Oaks, CA– Verified Buyer
[...] the faux terra cotta look and unusal barrel shape is attractive. I inserted my rain chain into the top, and with just a morning drizzle collected some rainwater, but will have to wait for the real rainy season to fully check it out. The planter feature on top may not be that practical, since no drainage, but I might try some succulents.
Looks good but not much more
JesseJ from Canada– Verified Buyer
A little disappointed about the lack of overflow. I thought 65 gallons would be lots but one rainfall fills the barrel. I'm not interested in cascading multiple barrels so I wish there was some type of valve or overflow that would divert the water away from my foundation. If there is a big storm I need to make sure the lower hose is left open so the water drains out. If I then don't close the hose, I lose all the water I've stored during the storm :(