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10 Easy Pieces: Color-Coated Watering Cans

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10 Easy Pieces: Color-Coated Watering Cans

March 5, 2019

If you need color fix among your indoor garden this winter, turn to the world of colorful watering cans. Take these, for example, in a rainbow of colorful powder coating; here are our favorites.

(And for how to water see our post Gardening 101: How to Water a Potted Plant.)

The Ferm Living Large Bau Pink Watering Can is €69 at Fleux.
Above: The Ferm Living Large Bau Pink Watering Can is €69 at Fleux.
The Haws Mini Heirloom Watering Can comes in four shades; \$\16 at Terrain.
Above: The Haws Mini Heirloom Watering Can comes in four shades; $16 at Terrain.
The HAY Watering Can comes in Burnt Orange and Light Gray; \$\25 at MoMA Design Store.
Above: The HAY Watering Can comes in Burnt Orange and Light Gray; $25 at MoMA Design Store.
The large Haws Indoor Watering Can, shown in Sage Green, is \$54.69 at Printer and Tailor in Hereford, England available through Trouva.
Above: The large Haws Indoor Watering Can, shown in Sage Green, is $54.69 at Printer and Tailor in Hereford, England available through Trouva.
The fire engine red IKEA Socker Watering Can is available in two sizes (shown in small) for \$4.99 and large for \$\1\2.99.
Above: The fire engine red IKEA Socker Watering Can is available in two sizes (shown in small) for $4.99 and large for $12.99.
The Garden Trading Indoor Watering Can is \1.\1 liters and while not incredibly colorful, it comes in a classic Chalk (shown) or Grey for £\1\2 at Garden Trading.
Above: The Garden Trading Indoor Watering Can is 1.1 liters and while not incredibly colorful, it comes in a classic Chalk (shown) or Grey for £12 at Garden Trading.
Found on Amazon, the Tierra Garden Traditional Watering Can comes in ultra-bright colors like the green shown here; \$38.\25.
Above: Found on Amazon, the Tierra Garden Traditional Watering Can comes in ultra-bright colors like the green shown here; $38.25.
The Grab Watering Can from Northern comes in Light Yellow (shown), Dark Green, and Plum for \$\10\2.90 at Connox.
Above: The Grab Watering Can from Northern comes in Light Yellow (shown), Dark Green, and Plum for $102.90 at Connox.
The Garden Trading 5-Liter Watering Can is a similar shade to the sage green chairs found in the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris—a classic green. £30 at Garden Trading.
Above: The Garden Trading 5-Liter Watering Can is a similar shade to the sage green chairs found in the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris—a classic green. £30 at Garden Trading.
Designed by Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball, the Watering Can comes in a few colors, among them Sea Green (shown); £\19.99 at Burgon & Ball.
Above: Designed by Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball, the Watering Can comes in a few colors, among them Sea Green (shown); £19.99 at Burgon & Ball.

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