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Nurture nature with Haws this Organic September

Organic September is a month-long campaign that raises awareness of the importance of everything organic while celebrating the efforts made to work with nature to create a healthier and happier planet.

The rise in popularity of organic gardening methods has also created the need for more eco-friendly alternatives that give home growers the tools to grow, completely naturally. As a company that uses its platform for good, watering can manufacturer Haws is constantly doing all it can to become a better, more responsible company for the future – a philosophy integral to the campaign – and has a range of watering cans for anyone looking for a bit of the good life.

The Langley Sprinkler is a great option for those looking for a small, indoor can.

Engineered from durable recycled & recyclable plastic, the multi-purpose small watering can is a really versatile little helper for all indoor watering jobs. The fine spray rose is perfect for gently and accurately watering seedlings and young plants, and can be easily removed for general watering duties around the house.

The Bartley Burbler is another a small, versatile watering aid that is perfect for those growing their own. With its removable brass fine spray rose and 2 pint water capacity, it’s ideal for watering larger pots as well as delicate seedlings. It’s also made from durable recyclable plastic making it not only good for plants, but the planet too.

Plus, with its traditional styling and a range of colours available, it makes the perfect gift for any budding horticulturalists.

By combining expert craftsmanship with robust materials and a little bit of watering wisdom, Haws crafts lifelong gardening companions that are kind to the earth. With Haws watering products, those that are passionate about organic gardening and sustainability don’t have to compromise their values and beliefs when it comes to finding the perfect watering aid.

Many of Haws’ watering cans and accessories are made using galvanised steel and copper, while some cans are powder coated to protect from potential corrosion. All of its packaging is made from 100% recycled materials, including recycled cardboard boxes, paper fibre lining paper, along with recyclable, biodegradable and compostable bags.

Andy Pinnock, managing director at Haws, explains the organisations dedication to sustainability by commenting: “Our planet is constantly facing the wrath of climate change and here at Haws, we are determined to restore its balance by taking the actions necessary to minimise our own impact and give back what we have taken from it.”

To find out more about Haws’ environmental commitment, product information and watering tips, follow Haws on Instagram or visit

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