Modern Watering Can
Adore these chores.
Time to water the plants again? Don’t mind if we do—these German minimalist watering cans are a delight to hold and behold. The long, slim pour spout makes it a cinch to hydrate hard-to-reach plants (tip-top of the macramé hanger? Check. That tiny succulent pot in a crowd of 20? Check.) and its handle is easy to hold. And yes, it’s definitely good lookin’ enough to keep out on display.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
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